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The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's® is coming this fall, and we hope you'll be there! This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease. It's a great opportunity to join forces with fellow NARFE members in your area who share your commitment to ending Alzheimer's. Your passion and participation raise awareness and funds for the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer's Association! Thank you for your partnership in the fight against Alzheimer's. Together, we can end Alzheimer's disease. Register today on the official NARFE Walk to End Alzheimer's National Team page.

Researchers study blood tests to detect Alzheimer's
Results of new research showed that a blood test may be able to detect biological hallmarks of Alzheimer's in older adults living with memory problems. While not yet available from doctors, experts say blood tests for Alzheimer's could be easier, cheaper and more readily accessible than brain scans or spinal taps now used to detect those hallmarks. Learn more.

Take care of emotional needs after an Alzheimer's diagnosis
Coming to terms with an Alzheimer's diagnosis and the emotions you may feel can help you move forward and discover ways to live a positive and fulfilling life. Acknowledging your feelings can be an empowering first step in coping with the challenges ahead. Learn more.

People living with Alzheimer's may feel anxious or agitated
A person living with Alzheimer's or another dementia may feel anxious or agitated, or become restless or upset in certain places or situations. We have tips to help caregivers respond to these behaviors. Learn more.

The middle stage of Alzheimer's presents challenges
The middle stage of Alzheimer's is typically the longest and can last for many years. We have resources to help caregivers and people living with dementia navigate challenges as the disease progresses. Learn more.
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