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The Greater Pennsylvania Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association serves 59 counties in western, central and northeastern Pennsylvania through its offices in Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, along with a network of dedicated staff and volunteers across the Commonwealth.

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Las 10 Señales

Su memoria a menudo cambia a medida que envejece. Pero la pérdida de memoria que interrumpe la vida cotidiana no es una parte típica del envejecimiento.

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Cuidados en la etapa media

La etapa media del Alzheimer generalmente se caracteriza por ser la más larga y puede durar varios años.

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The Alzheimer's Association Greater Pennsylvania Chapter provides vital services and support to those individuals struggling with the disease, their families and caregivers. 

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2nd Family Memory Care Center Caregiver Support Group - 3rd Tuesday of the Month

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Helping Friends Caregiver Support Group - 2nd Monday of the Month

Helping Friends Caregiver Support Group - 2nd Monday of the Month

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Herr Insurance Caregiver Support Group - 1st Monday of the Month

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El primer sobreviviente del Alzheimer está allí afuera, pero no lo lograremos sin usted.

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Conozca los efectos de la enfermedad de Alzheimer sobre el cerebro.

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No se quede de brazos cruzados esperando una cura. Ayúdenos a encontrarla. 

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