The past few years has presented a challenge to all of us. Some more than others; experiencing the pain of loss, poor health, loss of income and lots of us with the loneliness of isolation. The caregiving community is all too familiar with this.
Alzheimer’s patients especially those in middle to late stages need around the clock supervision. The elimination of in-person patient activities and a shortage of qualified caregiving help has left many caregivers with the burden of care 24/7 further exacerbated by their own poor health and fatigue often coupled with anxiety and depression.
The Alzheimer’s Association has focused on keeping caregivers connected through Zoom programing. Support groups, social engagement programming and a 24/7 helpline are just a few of the resources made available.
Your commitment with a donation is ever so much more important now as Alzheimer’s disease continues to grow and patients and caregivers facing a shortage of home care aids are ever so much more reliant on the many support services that the Alzheimer's Association provides.
Thank you for your support,
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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