Alzheimer’s Association | The Longest Day – June 20th
Today is the day with the most sunlight, the summer solstice. For this reason, The Alzheimer’s Association has chosen this day to shine a light on Alzheimer’s and dementia. It is a day of remembrance, celebration, and support for those suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia, those at risk, and everyone fighting for a cure and preventive measures. Help do your part. Read more about how to donate, commemorate, and get involved at act.alz.org. And, as always be sure to modify your celebrations to stay safe!
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Awareness Month
While it is essential to show your support on June 20th, it is important to remain active and engaged with battling Alzheimer’s and dementia all month, and throughout the year. Every little bit counts.
National Best Friends Day – June 8th
This may not be a much celebrated day, or one that you even knew existed, but today is a great day to be thankful for our friends, best or otherwise. Especially now, it is an excellent time to write a letter or reach out to some old friends or even make new ones.
Father’s Day – June 21st
Last month was for the moms…now it’s time to celebrate all those amazing dads in our lives. We are all in need of some quality time with family these days. Make sure to celebrate your father anyway you can and send special wishes to all the other dads out there.
National Hydration Day – June 23rd
It may seem small, but this day has a significant message. Staying hydrated is extremely important and even more so with the great attention and focus on staying healthy. Start with the best thing you can do for your body, drink 8 glasses of water a day!
National Bingo Day – June 27th
Who doesn’t love a fun game of Bingo with friends? It’s a bit of a silly celebration, but we could all use a little extra fun. And what better way than with some Bingo!