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Your Generosity Made the Difference!
As 2018 draws to a close, we are grateful for your support and generosity throughout the year. Your gift of time, energy and financial support helped fuel our mission as we continued to provide critical programs and services to those in New Jersey impacted by the challenges of Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Here is how your generosity was put to work this year:
This year, the positive impact of our education, support and awareness programs benefited over 14,000 New Jersey residents thanks to the generous support of caring friends like you .  We all want to see the end of Alzheimer’s disease, but until that day comes, we will continue to provide innovative programs and services to help families navigate the challenges of this disease, so they and their loved ones can have the best days possible. That is what your support does and why your support is so important. When you give, you let families know they don’t have to face Alzheimer’s disease alone!  

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New Study Reveals Half of New Jersey Residents Diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease Do Not Receive Referrals to Support Services
A recent study conducted by Fairleigh Dickenson University's PublicMind on behalf of Alzheimer's New Jersey found that an overwhelming majority of New Jersey residents with memory loss concerns (89%) visited a doctor to seek diagnosis. However, only about half (54%) of the physicians seen suggested support programs to assist those with the disease and their caregivers.

Little Falls Police Implement 'Always Safe' Training Program
Training Law Enforcement and Emergency First Responders
We're excited to support Little Falls Police Department as they better prepare to assist those affected by Alzheimer's and other dementias.

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Responsibility and Compassion Learned Early
The hard, emotional evolution of a daughter's caregiving role
Kristin Davie, president of the Alzheimer's New Jersey Young Professionals Advisory Council (YPAC), was recently interviewed by Stacey Colino for an AARP.com series on millennial caregiving. Kristin shares her story of caring for her mother Diane, now 67, who has early-onset Alzheimer's disease.
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