All About Alzheimer's: 2012 Vermont Walk to End Alzheimer's

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Throughout this series the discussion has focussed on the staggering impact of Alzheimer’s disease on families and communities as well as shared resources available throughout Vermont. The Alzheimer’s Association works each day to support all those impacted while continuing to strengthen and build on the resources available – but we can’t do it without you. Today's program focusses on how you can step up and make a difference in the fight against Alzheimer’s at the 2012 Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The Vermont Walk to End Alzheimer's will take place on Sunday, September 23rd at the Shelburne Museum.  Vermont Alzheimer's Association Executive Director, Martha Richardson, speaks with Paige Feeser ad Pamela Pare, Co-Chairs for the 2012 Vermont Walk to End Alzheimer's.  Paige Feeser is an Education Fellow at Shelburne Museum and an administrator of its Morrnings at the Museum program, which provides specialized tours for members of the Vermont community with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. This is Paige's second year of being a member of Vermont's Walk to End Alzheimer's committee. Pamela Pare is a SASH Coordinator with Cathedral Square and has been working with older adults for approximately 5 years. She is a Certified Dementia Practitioner and Co-Chair of this year's Walk to End Alzheimer's. This will be her 4th year participating in the Vermont Walk

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