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Merchandise – Support Alzheimer’s Awareness!
Eggplant-Purple Alzheimer’s Bracelet
Two-Tone Bright Purple Alzheimer’s Bracelet
Brown Leather Alzheimer’s Bracelet Dark Letters $15 each
Brown Leather Alzheimer’s Bracelet Light Letters $15 each
Bright Purple Alzheimer’s Bracelet
iPhone 4/4S Cases for Alzheimer’s awareness
Baseball Caps for Alzheimer’s awareness
Women’s white 100% cotton v-neck shirt for Alzheimer’s awareness
Unisex 100% cotton crew neck shirt for Alzheimer’s
Men’s white 100% cotton crew neck shirt for Alzheimer’s
Even though you may no longer remember me,
I Remember You
These leather bracelets were created to honor the bond between us and the people we love who are affected by Alzheimer’s disease. These bracelets remind us of the truth that love never ends.
Help us raise awareness and money to find a cure for Alzheimer’s! Join us, Elder Care Connections of Vermont, in being proud sponsors of I Remember You by purchasing and spreading the word about I Remember You bracelets. A large percentage of all profits will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association.
These handcrafted, Vermont-made leather bracelets are the inspiration of my 11-year-old daughter Meg, in honor of her grandmother Ann, who lived with Alzheimer’s disease for 11 years.
By popular demand, we now offer five different types of I Remember You bracelets.
All five bracelet styles have the words, “I Remember You” in raised letters and they snap closed.
The size is adjustable. Bracelet length is 8 1/2 inches. Please specify if you’d prefer an extra-long bracelet of 9 inches. These bracelets symbolize unity and support for the millions of us experiencing the impact of this disease every day.
5.4 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease.
One in eight older Americans has Alzheimer's disease.
Alzheimer's disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States and the only cause of death among the top 10 in the United States that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed.
More than 15 million Americans provide unpaid care valued at $210 billion for persons with Alzheimer's and other dementias.
Payments for care are estimated to be $200 billion in the United States in 2012.