What You May Have Missed from Doggies for Dementia!
Do you follow us on Instagram or Facebook? Maybe you’ve seen our videos on YouTube. If not, you may have missed some really great posts and information. We post images, of course, some inside information, valuable tips for family caregivers and of course stories to help the world learn more about dementia.
Our Mission Statement
Doggies for Dementia Foundation reduces stigma, isolation, and loneliness for those impacted by Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementia by providing beautiful experiences and photographs, a platform to share their stories with others, and education and awareness in order to better understand the diseases. Our social media supports our mission in a variety of ways.
Did You Know…
- We enjoyed our FIRST post pandemic photo session recently? Becky and her daughter Tara shared their beautiful stories, made us laugh and provided insight into what it’s like to have dementia and be a family caregiver during a pandemic while running a family business. Watch for more blogs featuring them. In the meantime, they’re beautiful faces are on our social media posts.
- We lost one of our Doggies for Dementia family members, Carol. She and her family were highlighted in 2019 and since. Her witty personality and love of fashion and bling made her irresistible to so many of us.
- We were at the Williamson County Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease event by the Capital of Texas Alzheimer’s Association. It was special because it’s for such a good cause, we met many wonderful people and it was extra nice to get out and about again.
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About Doggies for Dementia:
Doggies for Dementia is a 501c3 corporation with a mission to provide beautiful experiences and memories for those impacted by dementia using photography. We are also advocates with sights on raising awareness through education, so nobody has to experience the pain of stigma, isolation and loneliness.