13 years ago my Aunt Sandy was diagnosed with dementia. At the time it was difficult to fully comprehend what that meant, especially in terms of how our lives would change. Sandy has always been a huge part of our lives. She cheered and was present at the majority of our sporting events, she attended our graduations, and congratulated us on every achievement. She was the host of many family gatherings and has filled our hearts with laughter and unforgettable memories. I know that side of her is still inside, I can feel it. But she can no longer easily express it.
It kills me that there's no cure for Alzheimer's. Believe me, I would love to see one. So please, if you haven't already, consider donating to my cause and fight for an end to Alzheimer's with me. #ENDALZ
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