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It is our hope that you will leave your visit with a lighter heart, know a sense of visiting a loving online community, and a place that will share the care in many ways.
$80,931.05 has been raised from
"A Walk To Remember 2014"
Our goal is $100,000! If you have not given, you can click the "donate" button at the bottom of this page and help us get to $100,000.
Our wonderful co-chairs for this year's walk: Melissa Thornell, Laura Everett, Vicki Martin and Charla McKoy!
2014 Walk Co-chairs
Seated, from left, Vicki Martin and Laura Everett
Standing, from left, Charla McKoy and Melissa Thornell
The perfect way to honor and/or remember loved ones with Alzheimer's disease and their families.
For more information about the walk, click on WALK.
Did you know... Our office is available for obtaining research information, resources for caregiving, or simply to help you find your way in through the first steps of Alzheimer or dementia caregiving. Please feel free to call, drop by, make an appointment if you feel you need to, or email for our services. We are here for you.
Dear Lord, for the many individuals who have died from Alzheimer's disease, we pray that they are in the care of Your loving arms.
For those who are now suffering from Alzheimer's disease, we pray for their dignity and comfort.
For those who are caregivers, we pray for understanding, compassion and patience.
For families touched by Alzheimer's disease, we pray for strength and courage.
For those who seek the cause, cure, prevention, and treatment of Alzheimer's disease,
we pray for Your wisdom, guidance, and direction.
What a solace it is to know that You know our heartaches and our frustrations, our joys at those moments of clarity and recognition,
and our anticipation of medical discoveries. But, most importantly, each of us receives peace from awareness that
Your eye is on us and that it is Your hand that gently soothes us and is extended to uplift us.
For being our refuge and for the hope You have given us, we thank You. Amen.
~adapted from a prayer by Al Garfield