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"I still love getting ice cream with you"

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"I still love when you bring me bright flowers"

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"I still enjoy a refreshing spa day with you"

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If I forgot we chatted six times today

(Just go with it – it's the disease)

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If I'm skeptical when you say I have grandkids

(Just go with it – it's the disease)

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These brain diseases don’t define us.

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Older man with gray hair and a beard smiling while holding a soft serve ice cream cone, promoting joy and well-being for people with dementia, wearing a green shirt against a yellow background.

If you’re feeling like an outlier, frustrated, or overwhelmed, it’s not your fault. Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia are too often

misunderstood
stigmatized
complicated
‘invisible’ to most
and tough to talk about.

We’re working hard to change this and refocus on the person over the disease. We should be

finding hope every day
more confident, with tools and tips to live better
able to talk about it openly, without shame or judgment
supported by family and friends
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Older man with gray hair and a broad smile, promoting positivity and well-being for individuals with dementia, wearing a blue shirt against a yellow background.

You can prevent dementia entirely

You can prevent dementia entirely

It's a myth
Fact: Scientists around the globe have been trying to answer this question for years. Lifestyle choices can lower your risk of developing dementia, but today there is no guaranteed method known to prevent it 100%.