DCCI has Partnered with Scent Evidence K9

DCCI has partnered with Scent Evidence K9 – a business that creates scent preservation kits for families and trains  Law Enforcement K9 units across the country to provide services to the most vulnerable populations that have a greater risk of becoming a missing person. The Alzheimer’s Association predicts 6 in 10 individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease will wander. Paul Coley, Scent Evidence K9 CEO and Founder, has accepted an invitation to be a part of Tallahassee’s Task Force and has included DCCI’s mission and goals in the Scent Evidence K9 newsletter, On the Trail. Scent Evidence K9 has also created a resource list on their website for caregivers in honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and National Family Caregivers Month. Paul’s business reaches an international audience helping to expand awareness about Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias throughout the globe.

For more information about our partnership with the Dementia Care and Cure Initiative Task Force, check out the October edition of On The Trail.

Click here to see the Nov./Dec. edition of the Elder Affairs Update newsletter.