2020 has certainly been a tumultuous time for our country with so many in need. However, Caregivers are being asked to do even more with the shift from in-person to home and Telehealth care. Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease is hard enough. Can you imagine trying to keep them safe in a pandemic when they do not understand social distancing, hand-washing and will not wear a face covering? Imagine that you are also in a group where health care disparity is rampant. Now what? On behalf of the caregivers, we ask for your support to make a difference in the life of someone with Alzheimer’s Disease and their Caregiver. The Alzheimer's Association has encouraged small team events during this time of caution and have asked small groups to held their own event, virtual or otherwise. Team Old Man Brooks will be meeting on Fr Oct 30, 2020 at 5 pm in Old Milford (OH) in the Harvest Market Parking lot to walk, raise awareness and funds while maintaining a social distance with masks on! We will honor our father, Joe ("Old Man Brooks", his preferred nickname) who passed away from Alzheimer's disease seven years ago and all of the persons afflicted and their caregivers. Our team is hoping to meet our $10,000 fundraising goal. but we have a LONG way to go. Will you consider a donation today? Would you also please forward this post? I know we can do it together. If you are local to the Milford area, will you consider joining our team and raising funds? Dad would be humbled by your pledge of support but also, especially grateful.
Dad, all of the Caregivers and Team Old Man Brooks sincerely THANK YOU, Sally
Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care and research!
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