This walk is very personal for me as my mother was diagnosed with younger onset Alzheimer’s Disease at the age of 60 and spent the next 20 years of her life in an extended care facility until her death 4 years ago. The following year I lost a woman who was a second mother to me since I was 12, Molly also suffered from this vicious disease so I am fighting for MY 2 MOMS. It has also affected a lot of people in my extended family grandmother, cousins and the list goes on. Family members you know what toll this disease takes not only on the person who has it but the family as a whole. We need to find a cure, continue the research, and raise people’s awareness. I can't do anything more for mom but I can continue the fight for other families going through this vicious illness. Join me in this fight if you don’t want to walk consider making even a small donation. I know how difficult these times are economically for everyone, but I feel very strongly about supporting this cause. To make a donation on line.
2. Walk to End Alzheimer's
3. Danbury Walk
4. Donate / Join A Team
5. Sue’s Saving Moments
6. Sue Noonan
: If you do not feel comfortable making a donation on-line you can make a check payable to “ALZHEIMER”S ASSOSCIATION – CT CHAPTER
And mail it to me at :
Sue Noonan - 18 Twin Oaks - New Milford - CT - 06776-5423.
Thank you for joining our movement! The End of Alzheimer’s Disease Starts With Me.
Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care and research!
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