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Over 10% of adults in the U.S. age 65 and older have Alzheimer’s and experts believe the number of people with the disease will continue to grow in the coming years. Millions of people hope that Alzheimer’s research will provide a cure, but medical research is expensive and funding for it can often be elusive.How to Contribute to Alzheimer's Research

Learn more about how you can contribute to Alzheimer’s research and make a difference in the fight against the disease today.

An Easy Way to Contribute to Alzheimer’s Research

Did you know that you can easily contribute to Alzheimer’s research by investing your spare change?

InvestAcure is an online investment platform designed to Read more

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When high school students in Michigan used technology to connect people with dementia to memories that shaped their lives, the world expanded for everyone involved.High School Student Project Helps Those With Dementia Recall Their Lives

Read more about how a high school student project is helping people with dementia recall their lives and helping students and staff provide seniors with better memory care.

Student Project Helps Those With Dementia Recall Their Lives

Arlene, who is 91 and has dementia, smiles as the video rolls, bopping her head to its musical introduction, Glenn Miller’s swing classic, “In the Mood.” “There you are, the star of the Read more

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