African American Voices videos – 1

Published On: February 5th, 2021Categories: Programs & Services
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Caring for Those with Alzheimer’s: African American Voices – Jacqueline’s Journey

Jacqueline had to juggle her career with caring for her mother, as she struggled to adapt to her new role as a caregiver. Listen to her story & learn how she navigated this overwhelming journey & found the help she needed.

In Memory of Ms. Judith Anderson-Hernandez (1952-2020)

In recognition of the hard work and dedication of African American caregivers, Alzheimer’s Los Angeles, with funding from the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation, has created three short videos featuring local families caring for their family member with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.

In these videos, families share information about warning signs, going beyond the stigma of the disease, and getting help to assist them on their journeys. Three families, one disease. Released weekly in February.

For questions about memory loss, please call us at 844.HELP.ALZ / 844.435.7259

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