The Alzheimer's Association is a group that works towards helping families of those suffering from Alzheimer's. I focused on research as well as personal experiences with the disease. My grandmother was diagnosed when I was 12, at that point scans showed that holes in her brain had already developed. Alzheimer's stripped away my grandmother of some of the things that made her who she was. It was like the lights were on and nobody was home. This disease can make you forget how to do everyday things, and make everyday tasks terrifying. These spreads are meant to speak to those suffering and encourage them to get help.