Still Alice Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 20, 2015

Contact: Jennifer Campbell / New LifeStyles Phone: (800) 975-9439

With the recent release of the movie Still Alice, the issue of living with Alzheimer’s disease takes a front seat. The film is about a middle aged married women and renowned professor named Alice, who is diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s disease. The movie shows Alice and her family dealing with the struggles of the disease. As the movie goes on Alice deals with frightening moments of memory lapse as well as the struggles of keeping the bonds with her children and husband. This movie highlights the trials and tribulations families and the diagnosed individual go through before and after diagnosis.

According to the Alzheimer’s Association every 67 seconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s. Unfortunately, this alarming statistic is known well to many of us, as we ourselves or our family, friends and even coworkers deal with the disease. Often after the diagnosis there are many unanswered questions and confusion about potential care to accommodate these needs. New LifeStyles provides information and tools for families caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s as well as those living with the disease.

New LifeStyles has been a trusted source for senior living and care options for more than 25 years. The website www.newlifestyles.com hosts a comprehensive list of care options that could help you find help and services for you and your loved one. A few of the licensed care services that may be the correct fit for individuals living with Alzheimer’s may include Memory care communities, home care, respite (short term) care and Adult day care services.

New Lifestyles provides individualized pages detailing the specialized regulations each state has on senior communities and care agencies.

All of the tools on the website are free and easy to access through desktop and laptop computers, as well as through the Free iPhone App and mobile site. Free Print Guides are also available, as are caregiver tools, blogs and more.

Movies like Still Alice bring to the forefront some of the difficult issues we deal with when diseases are diagnosed. New LifeStyles provides many easy and quick ways to access senior housing and care options in a time of worry and panic.

Here at New LifeStyles we help ease the confusion amongst individuals and their loved ones and make the best decisions to fit their needs. For more information about New LifeStyles, please visit www.NewLifeStyles.com or call 1-800-869-9549.

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