Fighting Alzheimer’s one ribbon at a time

Caring.com and the Alzheimer’s Association have teamed up to spread awareness about the disease through an online
Ribbon campaign.

The official campaign ended earlier this year with 1,000 blogs and websites displaying the purple ribbon, but ribbons are still available for creating. For each ribbon created, Caring.com donates $10 to the Alzheimer’s Association for education programs.

Anyone who wants to help
raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease can create a free web ribbon with just a few clicks. You can personalize the ribbon with a
loved one’s name and it comes in different shades and sizes to
match your website or blog.

Also, if you’re an adult child or caregiver caring for a parent or loved
one with Alzheimer’s, visit the Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias section
of Caring.com for helpful information and resources.

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  1. I just wanted to share this site, http://www.thecaringspace.com
    It’s a great resource for families looking for assistance and health services for a loved one with alzheimers. Families seeking caregivers can register for free right now. They get unlimited access to an entire network of caregivers, optional promotion of their position to interested caregivers, free conference call service, as well as helpful resources and downloads! The site’s online caregiving community is rapidly expanding so it’s really a good place if you’re looking for alzheimers care help. Good luck!

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