FOR GREGORY. He was not a VICTIM of ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE, he was a HERO!

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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

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Received this e-mail and it provides many good sources of information.


Hello there,

My in-laws are some pretty amazing people. My father-in-law has gone above and beyond in taking care of his mother, who has late-stage Alzheimer’s. The progression of her disease has taken a toll on the family, but we have done our best to be as supportive as possible. What concerns me now is whether my father-in-law will succumb to the same disease. Should the time come when my father-in-law has Alzheimer’s, my husband and I want to provide him with as many options as we can when it comes to care and support.

Working for a senior-focused organization gives me a special perspective on caring for the elderly. And because every day I witness firsthand what our aging population copes with, I feel that we must do everything in our power to make their lives easier. I can tell that you are likeminded, and I think the following resources would be a great addition to your site. Can I trouble you to share them (maybe here: http://www.youngleadersofafa.org/documents/scholarship_application.pdf?) with your readers?








Thank you for all that you do for seniors.

All the best,
Marie

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