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At each of the walks this year, attendees can represent their family and their cause beyond the walk itself through a newly implemented "Promise Garden." Every walker will receive a silk flower of a different color, whether he or she knows someone diagnosed with Alzheimer's, someone who's lost the battle with Alzheimer's, or that person is an Alzheimer's caregiver or is simply passionate in finding a cure. The flowers will be planted along the walk route to reflect attendees' solidarity against the disease, Antkowiak said.
isolating experience to deal with this disease as a caregiver, so the walk is an extraordinarily empowering experience."
"In the general public, we tend to associate Alzheimer's as a memory problem, but it is far more complicated than that," Antkowiak said. "It really does affect every ability of the brain, so not only are people experiencing memory problems, which is devastating in and of itself, but they have significant changes to their judgment, their ability to plan for themselves People have language problems, difficulties expressing themselves, and they have difficulty understanding others. We also can see personality changes, so there's a wide range of issues that folks have to contend with."
For 19 years, the Alzheimer's Association has been hosting Memory Walks. In 2011, autumn walks in Manchester, Keene, Portsmouth and Hanover, plus several Bay State locations, will bring together people who are either affected by Alzheimer's or are committed to ending its harsh hold on 5.4 million Americans nationwide.
walk sends a huge message to families that they are not alone," Antkowiak said. "It's an incredibly Gucci Belt 2018
"We actually got a lot of feedback from people that they didn't feel 3 miles was challenging enough," said Cynthia Rybcyzk, walk organizer for the Central and Seacoast areas. "It's a way to give back, and to honor their loved ones, so they want to do more. We decided we'll introduce the 5 mile and see how popular it is."
"Alzheimer's affects 22,000 people in New Hampshire," said Susan Antkowiak, vice president of regional offices for the Alzheimer's Association Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter. "You think about that in terms of the individual, but multiply that by the number of family members affected by the disease. It's anywhere between one and three family members in that direct primary caregiving role, so it really does ripple out to impact many more people directly."
Walkers of all ages and ability are welcome to participate, including pets, and there is no registration fee or fundraising minimum to join. As a group, the Alzheimer's Association Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter has a goal to raise $2 million over the 12 walks, Antkowiak said.
One Seacoast area family is expressing its solidarity against the disease and its support of their mother and grandmother by extending the invitation to walk to family members around the country. They hope to get people walking in 20 different states, from Washington to New York, to represent a team they've designated as "We Will Remember For You." In years past, Memory Walks in New Hampshire have seen a combined total of approximately 2,200 walkers, Antkowiak said. But the event is growing larger every year. This year, in Manchester, walkers can choose among 1 , 3 or 5 mile routes.
Just because a person may lose his or her memory or personality to Alzheimer's, the emotions of that patient remain intact, Antkowiak said.
Association Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter hosts 12 regional Memory Walks to raise money and awareness for the disease.
The Central New Hampshire and Seacoast Area walks are scheduled for Sept. 24, taking off from the New Hampshire Fisher Cats Stadium in Manchester and Wentworth Connections in Portsmouth, respectively.
Throughout the day, the Central New Hampshire Walk will feature a variety of family friendly attractions, including a disc jockey, Zumba demonstrations, live bands, and Fisher Cats inflatables. In addition, walkers will get a bite of an after walk treat provided by Frederick's Pastries, Rybcyzk said.
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"We're here to support families every step of the way," Antkowiak said. "It's a way to make a definite positive impact right here in your community by providing a couple hours of your time. We try to make it easy and fun to help families."
On the Seacoast, walkers choose between a 1 or a 2.5 mile walk, said Jennifer Martin, director of operations at Home Instead Senior Care. Fifty seven teams have signed up so far, and Home Instead participates in the walk, having served more than 1,200 clients since 2002 65 to 70 percent of which have dementia or Alzheimer's Martin said.
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