• MindCrowd

    Please share this video and #OneThing that you never want to forget to help end Alzheimer's. #Alzheimers #tgen #mindcrowd www.mindcrowd.org

  • Tzivia Reiter

    Unbelievable video from the Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter of Alzheimer's Association – please take a moment to watch and remember what it means to lose so many "one things." This is also why those connections with people with Alzheimer's are so important - because we are the only bridge they have left to get back to those things.

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