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Top 7 Inspirational Alzheimer’s Videos in September

Alzheimer’s is a heart-wrenching disease wrought with emotional pain and worry. As devastating as the effects of Alzheimer’s can be, the disease also opens the door for people to show extraordinary acts of kindness and love to those affected.  These inspirational videos will show you the incredible things that are being done for those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s, and will hopefully leave you with a smile.  Videos From Around the Web 1. Puppy Love When June was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, her husband thought a service dog may help her and keep her safe on walks. This amazing video shows the immediate bond between June and her dog meeting for the first time. 2. The Power of Music This amazing video is...
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Groundbreaking Initiative for Alzheimer’s Research in Canada

The fight against Alzheimer’s disease is a global one. Knowing no nationality or religion, dementia rages on across the world, and Canada is no exception. Facing the crisis head on, Canada has launched a multi-million dollar initiative that will involve top researchers across the world. The prevention of brain disease, treating existing diseases, and improving the quality of life for those who live with the disease will all be examined. Learn more about this groundbreaking initiative. Dementia and Alzheimer’s in Canada The looming Alzheimer’s epidemic is a global problem and one that Canada is well aware of.  A 2012 study from the Alzheimer’s Society of Canada showed that: There are currently 747,000 people living with cognitive impairment The number of people...
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