October 8, 2014
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Enter for a chance to be Seth Rogen's date to Hilarity for Charity
Lauren Miller Rogen and Seth Rogen continue to use hope and humor to raise funds and awareness of Alzheimer's disease among millennials with their Hilarity for Charity variety show. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Sarah Silverman, Craig Robinson and the Nasty Delicious, Bill Burr, Mayer Hawthorne and Kumail Nanjiani are set to perform at the prom-themed Hilarity for Charity in Los Angeles on Oct. 17. You can enter for a chance to be Seth's date to the event. Hilarity for Charity was established in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association.

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Reserve your Alzheimer’s awareness license plate
Share your support of the Alzheimer’s Association. Sign up for a specialty Alzheimer’s Awareness license plate, which will not only raise the profile of this critical cause, but generate funds and mobilize our leaders in government and citizens to prioritize Alzheimer’s. The Greater Illinois Chapter needs 1,500 reservations to begin production of the Illinois plates. Please reserve your plate today.

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Twenty-nine-year-old woman navigates aunt’s Alzheimer’s disease experience
Tiffany Stanley became an Alzheimer’s disease caregiver the week of her 29th birthday, making her one of the more than 15 million unpaid dementia caregivers in the United States. She says she didn’t know what she was doing but quickly had to learn in order to take care of her Aunt Jackie, who was in the late stages of Alzheimer’s.
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Sign up for October’s audio conference on considering professional care
Join us on October 14 from noon to 1 p.m. for an audio conference on, how to find dignity and choice when considering professional care.

Making the decision to accept outside help is never an easy one, and people are often surprised to learn of the many care options that are available. We will discuss the various levels of care that can be brought into the home or found in the community. You will also learn strategies to make informed decisions about care and much more.
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Planning ahead can help with the financial costs of Alzheimer’s disease
Alzheimer’s can take a financial toll on the person with the disease and their family. Putting legal, financial and end-of-life plans in place is one of the most important steps a person with Alzheimer’s can take. It allows them to participate in making decisions that help family and friends know their wishes.
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