Alzheimer's Disease Walk and Support

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Springfield- The work to end Alzheimer's Disease continues in Central Illinois.

The 2016 Walk to End Alzheimer's in Springfield is September 24th at Southwind Park. Contact Tina Arnold at (217) 801-9352. The fundraising goal is $105,000. To support a participant or team go to http://act.alz.org/site/TR/Walk2016/IL-GreaterIllinois?pg=entry&fr_id=8982.

Alzheimer's Disease affects 200-thousand people in Illinois alone. The Alzheimer's Association encourages caregivers of people with the disease or early onset dementia to establish a daily routine to reduce agitation and improve the mood of the person they are caring for.

For more information go to http://alz.org/care/dementia-creating-a-plan.asp.  

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