2022 Walk To End Alzheimer’s Disease Saturday At Parkview Field

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO):  Alzheimer’s is a disease that has affected many and this weekend an event downtown is hoping to shed light in ending the disease.  The 2022 edition of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s will take place in Downtown Fort Wayne at Parkview Field with pre-walk activities set to begin at 9 A.M. Opening Ceremonies commence at 10 A.M. with the walk to follow. The walk’s participants are set to honor those affected by the disease and help raise funds and awareness for those in need of care, support, and research materials about coping with the illness. More information about Alzheimer’s can be found online at alz.org/indiana


  1. My husband first experienced confusion and loss of memory in March of 2000 while undergoing rehab for alcoholism. Being home seemed to help him until 2006 when he gradually began experiencing Alzheimer’s symptoms. He had four to five hours a day where he wants to get a “greyhound” to “go home.” Also, he thinks I am his sister and believes he has rented a car (he hasn’t driven in five to 10 years). His personal hygiene was in the tank — it was necessary for him to change two to three times a day. Without long-term insurance for his care, it was becoming stressful to care from him. this year our family doctor introduced and started him on Healthherbsclinic Alzheimer’s Disease Herbal Tincture, 6 months into treatment he improved dramatically. At the end of the full treatment course, the disease is totally under control. No case of Alzheimer’s, hallucination, forgetfulness, and other he’s strong again and able to go about daily activities. visit their official website, www. healthherbsclinic. com


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