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January 25, 2023
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Short film focuses on the realities of caregiving
“Ruth” is a short film about Alzheimer’s caregiving that actor David Hyde Pierce, a longtime Alzheimer's Association Celebrity Champion and caregiver, says is “beautiful in every detail.” On our blog, director Alex Berg talks about how he wants people who watch the film to feel uplifted about the connections in our lives that never go away.

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Support our 2023 Annual Fund Drive
Start the year off strong in the fight to end Alzheimer’s by making a donation today in support of our 2023 Annual Fund Drive. Your generous gift will advance critical research and help provide vital care and support for millions of people affected by Alzheimer’s throughout 2023 and beyond.
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A daily plan can help caregivers and people living with Alzheimer's
Daily routines can be helpful for both caregivers and people living with Alzheimer's. A planned day allows you to spend less time trying to figure out what to do and more time on activities that provide meaning and enjoyment.
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