I currently run a school that focuses on students with social emotional challenges (anxiety, depression, substance abuse, learning differences etc.) and I know how important it is to work with wrap-around services in the community. As a school we can't really help support these students and their families on our own; we are most effective when we are working with organizations in our local area. Fortunately there are so many programs and services out there for kids and connecting to them is relatively easy. I am so happy to see someone doing this for the Alz and dementia community. The idea of a ALZ friendly "village" is amazing!! It is not only about connecting dots that already exist (which in and of itself it incredibly helpful), but when you add the multiplication of those dots it becomes truly transformative!!!! Good for you!