Statistics and information about alzheimers
Alzheimer's disease affects millions of Americans and is the 6th leading cause of death in the U S. This video is presented to help victims and care givers learn to deal with the progression of the disease and make the most of time left!
Great experience ! Appreciate our friends from Scottland who have developed the exercise technology and WILL LEAVE A SET OF THE FULL TECHNOLOGY HERE IN ALMOST HEAVEN for care homes to try!
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Patricia Cummings
· April 22, 2017
It is the most rewarding experience a person can share with our elderly loved ones that are still young at heart, and willing to give it all they have till they have no more. I would like to Thank Ge...ri Olympic's and Active Living; Inc. for caring enough for our Dear and Precious Residents at each and every Health Care Facility in Our Nation and other Countries, that they open up a day where these precious people can be young at heart and free spirited. We at Hillcrest Health Care Center look forward to each year. Thank you See More
Jamie Handley Craig
· April 24, 2015
I think its awesome all of our residents and staff had a blast ...seeing all the smiles on the residents face was priceless ....we are all already saying we can't wait for next year ....genesis Putnam center
Apostolis Emmanouilidis
· February 14, 2017
It was a great experience for me last year looking at all those smiling faces. This event gave to the participants ONE MORE reason to be active, one more reason to live. I hope some day to be able to ...transfer this experience to my homeland. I'd like to say a HUGE "THANK YOU"for what I lived those days of last April. See More
Dawn Skelton
· April 24, 2015
A fantastic programme, just look at the competitors faces :)

Talked to several nursing homes today - they are practicing and looking forward to winning the GOLD!!!

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Build connections and sharing challenges when caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s

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