A photo memory board depicts many different scenes in different photos: a house, two men with baseball gear, a man hugging a dog, a young man and older woman smiling, etc. Most prominent is a portrait of an older man next to the words "its giveaway time!"

Caregivers Awareness Month Giveaway: Memory Board Poster

For Caregivers Awareness Month 2020, we’re excited to announce that we will be giving away one (1) “Memories From My Life” poster! Caregivers are a huge part of AlzheimersDisease.net’s community; we want all caregivers to know that they are appreciated.

We are excited to put the spotlight on caregivers this month. We know that being a caregiver is a 24/7 job and entails giving 100% all of the time. There are many types of caregivers and we want to recognize all this month by giving away one (1) “Memories From My Life” poster.

What is a “Memories From My Life” poster?

A “Memories From My Life” poster is a customized designed poster with photos from your life and/or your loved one’s life. Photos are a great way for people with Alzheimer’s to see that they have family and friends who love them and show them experiences they may not remember.

Pat White, one of our very own advocates started Memories From My Life when she realized how impactful photo posters were after making one for her own mother with dementia. Patricia has generously donated a 16”x20” poster that will be customized for you!

How do I enter?

For a chance to win a “Memories From My Life” poster, scroll down to the email submission box, enter your email address, and then click or tap the Subscribe button! For an additional entry to win, scroll down to the "Share Your Story" button to share how Alzheimer’s has affected your life.

This giveaway will be held through November 30th, 2020 at 11:59 PM ET. One (1) winner will be randomly selected to win and notified via email. The winner has 48 hours to claim their prize before an alternate winner is selected.

For more information, please read our Terms & Conditions. Good luck!

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