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Why I Walk – Taylor Hutton

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 2:13:58 PM
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Taylor is the daughter of one of our Residents at Comfort Care Homes in Wichita, KS. Here’s her story:

Alzheimer’s is a word that has been around in my family since 1984 when my grandmother Jo Anna got diagnosed with Early On-Set Alzheimer’s at the age of 47. After that, 3 of her children were also diagnosed with Early On-Set, including my own mother who was diagnosed at the age of 49.

6 years later and she now has severe Alzheimer’s and has been in a home for the past 3 years. She still tells jokes, loves her dog, and loves spending time with her 3 daughters and 5 grandkids.

Even though Alzheimer’s has taken a lot of her, deep down she is still my mom who I love dearly.

She is my reason to end Alzheimer’s. #fightlikeaknight

Help Taylor by making a donation to the Comfort Crusaders Team – Click here to make a donation.

For more information about The Walk to End Alzheimer’s and how you can get involved, please visit our event page here. If you have any questions, feel free to call our office at 316-267-7333.

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