• Shop Where I Live

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  • The Shop Where I Live platform is an e-commerce marketplace & lead generation platform that helps small businesses to easily sell online together.  The goal is to showcase Chambers’ businesses to our communities and beyond.  This is a partnership designed to help local small businesses sell online via a national platform and still have local community support.

  • Alzheimer's Association Iowa Chapter News

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    October 01, 2020
    The Walk to End Alzheimer's is still going strong throughout Iowa, and if you haven't started your team yet, there's still plenty of time. Fundraising will continue through December 31, 2020, and since the Walk is everywhere this year, you can walk with your small group of family or friends anytime and anywhere throughout your community. Now more than ever, funds raised through the Walk to End Alzheimer’s to support research, programs, and resources for Iowans affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia are vital. Individuals living with Alzheimer’s or dementia and their caregivers and families have faced incredible challenges during the pandemic. Support groups and educational resources provide much-needed support for caregivers facing challenges keeping their loved ones safe and healthy during this time. Support the fight to end Alzheimer's by registering and fundraising today at alz.org/walk.
     
    Community Education & Support Groups:
    If you or someone you know is struggling to find answers to questions they may have about Alzheimer's, dementia, or caregiving, please register for one of our upcoming free Community Education programs. You can find a full list of our upcoming Community Education programs on the attached flyer or by visiting our Programs Event Calendar.  
     
    All of our support groups across Iowa are currently being held virtually. If you are a caregiver or individual living with Alzheimer's or dementia who is looking for a safe place to meet, share feelings, needs and concerns and develop a mutual support system, please review the attached flyer or visit our Programs Event Calendar to find a support group that fits your needs and schedule.



     
    Contact:
    Megan Olsen, Development Specialist
    mkolsen@alz.org, (563) 293-8056