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Join the community in the Faces of Alzheimer's Image Gallery!

Whether you are living with Alzheimer’s, caring for someone who has been diagnosed or celebrating the legacy of a loved one who has passed, share a photo to the Faces of Alzheimer’s Image Gallery and let us celebrate you!

Who are the Faces of Alzheimer’s?Those who are living with Alzheimer’s diseaseIndividuals who are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s diseaseThose who are no longer with us for whom we can celebrate their life and legacy"Reply" below to upload a photo of yourself or a photo of you and your loved one and include the following:
Who is in the photoDescribe yourselves (one word for each person in the photo)!Something that you enjoy doing togetherNote: Photos will not appear until they are approved. Users must be logged in or create a new account to submit.Faces of Alzheimer's Image GalleryImages must be original and pertain to the gallery topic. For your safety, do not capture any personal contact information in the image. By submitting your image, you acknowledge that your entry is subject to our terms of use. All images will be held for review prior to publication. reserves the right to not publish submitted images or to edit images for sizing purposes.

    1. @ this is my mom dad in 2016 with Alzheimer's.

    2. Thank you so much for sharing with the community 💜 Patty (Team Member)

  1. This disease robs us of many things, but the smile always leaves. I miss the days where smiles were easy and happened frequently. We are 6 years into the disease. The way we were

    1. Deb, Thank you for sharing. This is a beautiful picture with beautiful smiles. Sending you hugs! Patty (Team Member)

  2. My husband Dick, 77 and living with Altzheimer's Disease, myself, Diana 73 and his sole caregiver and the light of our lives, our 1 yr old grandson.

    1. It has been a rough week as my husband has enter a manic delusional state. I have been back and forth to doctors, labs, on phone with doctor and social worker. They are going to adjust his meds again to see if that helps, meanwhile I am exhausted, scared and broken-hearted💔😢I really appreciate you reaching out to me, it means so much.

    2. I am sorry to read this. I am hoping that you can get things stabilized and that you are able to get some rest. It is heartbreaking as you wrote. How is your grandson? Is he two years old? Are you able to see him? Scott Team Member

  3. Dennis, 75 and Alzheimer’d, along with Carolyn, my amazing wife and partner in all things good and true. I am such a lucky guy! Carolyn and I visiting an amazing chapel.

    1. Thank you for sharing such a lovely photo. Scott team member

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