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COVID-19 & Alzheimer’s: What family caregivers need to know

Officials with the Alzheimer’s Association on Tuesday detailed ways for caregivers to get help during West Virginia’s shelter-in-place order.

“Our employees have always had the ability to work remotely, because we are often out in the community,” said Sharon M. Rotenberry, executive director of the Alzheimer’s Association West Virginia Chapter.

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