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When he is not playing golf or solving Sudoku puzzles, Don chronicles his "dance with Alzheimer's" in his blog called The Trip Over.
Jeanne hopes sharing her experience gives others a better understanding of Alzheimer's and of those living with the disease.
A diagnosis at age 38 compelled Tracy to become an Alzheimer's advocate and let people know dementia can strike younger people.
Her reaction to a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease? Action.
Alzheimer's can break families apart or pull them closer together. Maria is thankful for her family's love and support.
Gordon died from Alzheimer's in 2006. His family shares his story and his incredible photographs of nature.
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