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Who’s Gonna Take Care of Me promotes year-round giving to benefit Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients. Alzheimer’s Disease is a growing epidemic in America and low-income patients and their caregivers often face shortages of basic supplies such as diapers, shoes, toothpaste and other essentials.

Christmas may be an already-distant memory for most people but the Elves for Alzheimer’s at are working year-round to continue gift-giving efforts benefitting Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients as well as their caregivers.

The Who’s Gonna Take Care of Me (WGTCOM) charitable organization was established in 2015 to raise awareness about the needs lower-income patients placed in care facilities often lacking in resources and family support.

Christmas is year round as Whosgonnatakecareofme, Sherril Rieux, M.D., and her Elves traverse the cities of L.A. County with the “Elves For Alzheimer’s”, gift-giving project benefitting more than 300 Los Angeles area Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients and 100 caregivers.

“Patients often run out of basic supplies, like adult diapers.  This is where we stepped in to fill the void.  We began supplying bulk depends and necessities to needy Alzheimers sufferers.  All families are not built equally.  When the family is short on resources, the patient sufferers.  If the depends are depleted, The patient is left un-kept and unchanged.  we hope to make a difference.  Our goal is to keep the caregivers and their loved ones with year round supplies and bare necessities.  

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Our Short Story

Unfortunately, there are many sufferers with Alzheimer's/dementia that are forgotten and left alone. Love ones, add a credit card to the facilities account and sometimes never come back. Yes, it really happens! One day while visiting a facility, I noticed a lady with duct-tape binding her toes to her shoes. I couldn't believe what I was seeing. When asked why, the caregiver at the facility said, "The ladies son had not been back for months to bring his mom new shoes". Immediately, my colleague and I left the facility and purchased several pair of shoes for the poor woman. The next day, and weeks there-after that, little lady with Alzheimer's would see me visit my mom, work her way over, give me a hug and tell me, I LOVE YOU. Remember, This lady has Alzheimer's! Love transcends in many ways. After that experience i became motivated to launch "Who’s Gonna Take Care of Me".

The elves plan to keep the momentum going throughout the year bringing entertainment and cheer to this “invisible” community of patients and caregivers.