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The Alzheimer's Association is proud to win 2008 Caregiver Friendly Award

The Alzheimer's Association is proud to win 2008 Caregiver Friendly Award
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April 10, 2008
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The Alzheimer's Association is proud to win 2008 Caregiver Friendly Awards for Senior Housing Finder and Coach Broyles' "Playbook."

The Alzheimer’s Association Senior Housing FinderSM, powered by SNAPforSeniors®, is an online tool designed to help find care that meets the needs of individuals with dementia. It's free and provides detailed listings of licensed residences throughout the United States that offer services for residents with dementia.
Learn more about Senior Housing Finder >>

"Coach Broyles' Playbook for Alzheimer's Caregivers" tackles the challenges of caregiving. Written by Frank Broyles, former Athletic Director of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, the "Playbook" is a how-to guide written for those who care for someone with Alzheimer's.

The Caregiver Friendly Awards are presented by Today's Caregiver to celebrate outstanding books, media, products and services designed with the best interest of the family caregiver and his or her loved one in mind.

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