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Alzheimer’s Association’s Advocacy Day
Right at Home Washington County, MD Participates in Alzheimer’s Association’s Advocacy Day
On Feb. 9, staff from the Right at Home office in Hagerstown, Md., participated in the Alzheimer’s Association’s Advocacy Day at the state capitol in Annapolis, Md. The office is owned by Steve and Carole Luber, Eileen McLaughlin, and Jean Long.
The group, pictured above to the left, joined more than 100 other advocates to meet with state and local delegates and senators to express their support for those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Dory Kennedy, who handles community relations for the office, and Senator Hough are pictured above to the right.
Joining Forces Concluding Alzheimer's Advocacy Day
After our initial introduction at the State Capitol in Annapolis on February 9th (shown above), we joined forces with our Maryland State Delegate, Barrie S. Ciliberti (pictured wearing blue in the middle) and the local Alzheimer's Association on February 27th.
Delegate Ciliberti was so thoroughly engaged and interested in learning more about Alzheimer's Awareness; he personally sought us out to say he was touched by our advocacy shown at the capitol. Delegate Ciliberti sits on the Appropriations Committee for our counties and will be furthering awareness to Alzheimer's, an illness affecting 100,000 + folks in Maryland alone.