We want to permanently include your caregiver’s photo as PHOTO OF THE WEEK Photo Of The Week. It is quite a simple task:

1) Upload your picture using the script below

* Note: All pictures uploaded will be reviewed for suitability

2) Please send us an email via our contact form below with the following information:

* The filename of the picture you have uploaded
* Basic information about your picture including names, a short bio and desired caption
* Your name, today’s date and your website, if you have one!

3) Please do not bypass this script and email me your picture directly as an attachment to your email. The picture will be deleted from our server. If you are experiencing problems, please use the contact form below.

4) * PLEASE NOTE …………

(a) English Filenames only – if I can’t read the name of the filename – it will be deleted
(b) Filenames under 10 characters – if there is more than 10 characters – it will be deleted
>> (c) I mean it – with items (a) and (b) ….

(sorry everybody .. We do not like the spam we have been receiving by a handful abusing this option)


PLEASE NOTE: If you see your picture above with a link, then you have successfully uploaded a picture to us. Please use the contact form below to let us know that a picture has been uploaded, and provide to us the associated description and details .. Thank-You for contributing to Battling Alzheimer’s Photo Of The Week!

* NOTE: by submitting your photo to Alzheimer.BattlingForHealth.com.. you are agreeing to the stipulation that your photo may be used in any manner we deem appropriate for promoting Battling Alzheimer, Battling for Health or the HART-Empire Network .. without compensation.

Send Us Your Details

Thank-you for sending your picture, but now you must let us know that you did that .. so please use the following form:


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NOTE: The contents in this blog are for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or a substitute for professional care. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professional before making changes to any existing treatment or program. Some of the information presented in this blog may already be out of date.