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ClearCare Team Raises Money for Alzheimer's Support

ClearCareAfter weeks of fundraising, ClearCare Online’s San Francisco team gathered on a rainy Saturday morning to show their support for seniors and their caregivers living with the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease.

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is an event hosted by local chapters of the Alzheimer’s Association and intended to raise awareness and funding for research and care. As members of the elder care industry, ClearCare team members are committed to helping support causes that affect the people who use our software. However, with Alzheimer’s as the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, it’s also inevitable that some members of our staff have a personal connection to this devastating disease.

Anyone who has called and spoken with one of our homecare software sales team members or success managers knows that this is a company made up of passionate, dedicated individuals. And the drive to raise funds to support the Alzheimer’s Association was no exception to our commitment to world class service.

When it was all said and done, ClearCare team members raised almost $5,000 to help fund research for a cure, and support for family caregivers. The team had a great time on the walk, getting to know others in the community who share the passion for improving the rapidly growing home care industry – and the lives of those affected by Alzheimer’s.

ClearCare alz Members of the ClearCare team braved a rainy Saturday morning to participate in the San Francisco Alzheimer's walk.

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Derek Jones

Derek enjoys spending time with family running road races, has completed 6-half marathons, mountain biking, and anything to do with baseball or the outdoors.

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