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From: Lianna Marie
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Dear friend,

y name is Lianna Marie and I have a message for everyone who knows or loves someone with Alzheimer's disease.

   A message of hope... a message of support... and a message of encouragement.

   Even though we haven't met personally, I know a few things about you...

   1) I know you are very concerned and worried about someone close to you who already has Alzheimer's, or is starting to show early warning signs.

   And...

   2) I know you want the best for your family, and would do anything to discover how to help your loved one and your family cope as best as possible through this life changing situation.

   How do I know these things?

My Grampa Ernie at his
74th birthday party
   Because I have been exactly where you are now!

   Like you, Alzheimer's disease has touched my life deeply. My Grampa Ernie had Alzheimer's.

   When he was officially diagnosed at age sixty-seven, it broke our hearts.

   We had no idea what Alzheimer's disease really was... what the future held for him... or how it would affect his life (or ours).

   We immediately began to ask questions like...

How much time did we have before Alzheimer's would drastically impact and change his life?

How long would it be before he forget who we were? Would he still be able to live on his own... or need full-time care?

Was he going to die earlier than normal because of the Alzheimer's?

... and on and on ...

"We Didn't Know Where To
Turn For Help or Guidance!"

   These were just some of the questions we simply didn't know the answers to. We were overwhelmed with despair, sadness and a crushing fear of the unknown.

   Unfortunately, we did some things wrong with Grampa because we simply didn't know any better.

   I confess it was a struggle and there were so many times when the family thought we couldn't go on.

   BUT... what I want to get across to you today, if nothing else, is this...

That's NOT The Way
It Has To Be!

   If you think you're powerless against Alzheimer's, I have some great news for you... You're wrong!

   I want to help you because I don't want you to continue going through what our family went through on a daily basis for so many years.

   I know what it's like to deal with the Alzheimer's problem on all levels

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