Support Alzheimer's

By Chloe Simpkins

A Walk to Remember

Rationale:

It is important to spread awareness and to raise money for Alzheimer's. The more research we have the closer we are to finding a cure to and to end this disease. There is so much information that needs to found. Join now and spread awareness!

Call to Action:

I am trying to raise money and awareness for those who have Alzheimer's so we can try to figure out a cure to end this disease. There are walks all around the country to participate in the fight.

Slogan:

A Walk To Remember

Catalyst:

Since there is not a cure for Alzheimer's we are trying to find one. Money needs to be raised and awareness needs to be spread, in order to do this. There are more than 3 million affect each year by Alzheimer's, but also so many people who don't even know they have Alzheimer's.

Vehicle:

There will be fundraiser and walks to raise money for Alzheimer's.

Symbol:

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History:

Alzheimer's was first discovered in 1906, when Dr. Alois Alzheimer noticed changed in brain tissue of a women who had died of an unusual mental illness. These symptoms included memory loss, language problems, and unpredictable behavior. During the autopsy, Dr. Alois found abnormal clumps of fiber.

Desired Outcome:

To raise money and hopefully find a cure.

Audience:

People who are affected by Alzheimer's or their loved ones.

Social Media:

Check out the Facebook page!!