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Celebrating Awareness Month: Faces of Alzheimer's

Every June, the spotlight is put on Alzheimer's awareness. However, we know that whether you are living with Alzheimer's disease or caring for a loved one who has been diagnosed, Alzheimer's is a part of your everyday life. 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, AlzheimersDisease.net wants to bring awareness to highlight the Faces of Alzheimer's—all of those who have been affected by the disease.

As a community, let's raise awareness. Here are just a few ways that you can partner with us!

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 our gallery and help us celebrate the Faces of Alzheimer's.

Share your tips!

Tips, tricks, hacks...whatever you call them, they are handy bits of information that help you through this Alzheimer's journey. Throughout the month, we will share articles with tips for daily living, self-care, engaging your loved one, etc. But, we'd also like to collect ideas from YOU! We'll compile your tips into one easy-to-digest document at the end of the month! So, tell us, what are your daily living tips?

Share your story

Sharing your story on AlzheimersDisease.net is a great way to connect with community members and let them know that they are not alone in this journey. Stories are often shared via our social media platforms and newsletter, which means your story will reach even more people!

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