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The Arkansas Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association serves all 75 counties across the state. With over 60,000 people living with Alzheimer's disease and their approximately 180,000 unpaid caregivers in Arkansas, we rely heavily on engaged volunteers to reach all parts of the state. While the chapter is involved in advancing critical research and public policy, our daily focus is on reaching into our communities and connecting people with information and resources as early as possible.
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The Alzheimer's Association runs events each year to both raise awareness for Alzheimer's, and to bring people together in our fight against this disease!
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The Alzheimer's Association works to provide education, resources and support to the 60,000 individuals living with dementia across the state's 75 counties.
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