National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month
It was President Reagan who, 11 years before his own diagnosis, declared November as National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raise awareness for not only the disease, but also, the heavy burden shouldered by those who love and care for patients.

Alzheimer's Bell Pendant

The Alzheimer’s Bell comes with a story card that reads:
The Butterfly, the heart, and the forget-me-not are all symbolic of the emotions of the people affected by dementia. The butterfly is a symbol of endurance, change, hope and life. The heart reminds us that “the heart remembers what the mind forgets.” The forget-me-not flower represents wonderful memories which cannot be forgotten.