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We Walk For Mom

We walk in memory of my mom – Betty Schneider who passed away from complications of Alzheimer’s disease back in August 2018. Please help us in the fight against this insidious disease by joining us for the Walk To End Alzheimer’s coming up Saturday September 7th at 12:00 PM in Alexandria, MN.

It was difficult to watch as Alzheimer’s slowly took its toll on Mom and our family. My grandkids never knew Nana without Alzheimer’s. They grew up knowing that Nana would repeat the same questions and say the same things over and over again. They learned to answer the questions like they never answered them before. Over time, she lost complete touch with her world and eventually succumbed to the disease, but not after having devastating effects on our entire family.

Alzheimer’s and dementia care are a specialty of Alternative Senior Care. We understand that caring for a loved with memory loss can be both overwhelming and exhausting. We’re committed to providing the highest quality of care to your loved one with memory loss. Our personal assistants are specially trained to recognize, listen and respond to the unique needs of a person struggling with dementia. We develop an individual care plan that considers your loved one’s interests, history and current level of functioning.

Please consider joining our team, it costs nothing to join. You don’t even need to walk… just show up! If you have a hard time raising funds, become a volunteer. If you’re busy that day, perhaps you’ll make a donation to our team. 77% of all funds raised go back to support, research and advocacy. Help us on the journey to find Alzheimer’s very first survivor.

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Cindy Karasch, COTA, CSA, President, CEO

President, CEO at Alternative Senior Care
As the founder and CEO of Alternative Senior Care, Cindy is responsible for all areas of the business. She has an Associate degree in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelors degree in Management of Human Services. “My skills in Occupational Therapy were useful in adapting methods, materials, and environments for children in special education classes as well as with adults in rehabilitation centers and local nursing homes.”
Cindy grew up in Sauk Centre and raised her three children here. She has five grandchildren.Married to Mike since 2010, she keeps busy with gardening and outdoor activities.

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