A Girl Scout Is Tackling Dementia With Her Identity Book

A Girl Scout Making A Difference

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Today, learn how high school student and Girl Scout, Evelyn Jackson, is making a difference in our dementia care culture.   She is working on obtaining the Girl Scouts “Gold Award,” the highest award in Girl Scouting. Eveyln’s project addresses the Alzheimer’s community by teaching people the importance and process of making an “Identity Book,”  which is a simple photo album to be used as a resource throughout all stages of the disease.

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