Sunday, 27 July 2008

The Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk

Alzheimer's is one of the most difficult problems I have had to deal with in the past few years. More and more people are falling victim, and it presents a very real difficulty for family and friends involved. The Alzheimer's Memory Walk is America's largest walk designed to raise awareness and funding for the assistance of people with this debilitating disease.

One of the great difficulties with Alzheimer's is actually acknowledging that you have it. Sometimes this is possible, and sometimes it's not possible. But regardless of personal acknowledgement, someone has to care for the people affected. This Memory Walk aids greatly the efforts to put and end to this disease, and to assist those who are currently affected, whether directly or indirectly. I strongly advise you to join in and help this good cause, at least by promoting it to your friends, and possibly even by joining in yourself.
Sponsored by Alzheimer's Walk

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