We Are

Too Young to Forget

Too Many to be Forgotten

We promote education, community, support, and research to improve the lives of individuals and families with

early onset familial Alzheimer's disease. 

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Education and Resources

We provide meaningful support through education and informational resources to lessen the burden when navigating major life changes and decisions for individuals and families facing early onset familial Alzheimer's disease.

 

We Are Building a Community

In this disease community, it can often feel like you're standing in front of a big wall - unsure of how to move forward. Should I undergo genetic testing? When do I put  a loved one in a nursing home? These are all difficult and daunting decisions to face. We hope that by providing informative workshops on these topics, we can alleviate some of the burden, providing a way for you to move forward and make a decision that works best for you and your family.

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WORKSHOPS

Our version of a Big Brother/Big Sister program, this mentoring program provides an opportunity for teens and young adults struggling with a family member's risk of disease or disease diagnosis, to become paired with individuals who have also recently faced a similar situation, for support, guidance, and friendship.

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BIG SIBLING-LITTLE SIBLING

We organize monthly virtual support groups that bring together individuals who are affected by early onset familial Alzheimer's disease. Whether you're at-risk for the disease, living with the disease, or a caregiver for someone with the disease, we've got a support group for you.

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SUPPORT GROUPS

Whether you need help paying the bills due to a loss of income from a parent's disease diagnosis, traveling for research, or pursuing a Bucket-List dream, we're hoping to provide funds to individuals and their families facing financial hardships due to early onset familial Alzheimer's disease.

Coming Soon!

GRANTS AND AWARDS

 

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