Our 24/7 referral and general support service provides caregiving support and information on memory loss, medications, treatment options, safety, caregiving tips, services and guidance on issues faced at any stage of the journey.
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Dementia Care Coaching
A telephone-based support program for caregivers that provides personalized information, resources, strategies and the creation of an action plan to help with decision making. Regular contacts with staff provide ongoing support over time to assist with the care of the person with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Available in Spanish.Click for more information about Dementia Care Coaching. en español
SHARE: Next Steps After Diagnosis
A six-session 1:1 program to empower those diagnosed with early-stage dementia and their care partner to live full and rewarding lives as they adapt to the challenges of dementia. The program honors each person’s care values and preferences in order to build a strong network of support they can rely on now and in the future.
Early Stage Services
Whether you are in the process of being diagnosed or have been recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or a related disorder, the Alzheimer’s Association is the leader in providing care, support, education and engagement opportunities for people with memory and thinking disorders and their families. Learn more about Alzheimer’s and related disorders, join a support group or online community, get involved as a volunteer or advocate or join the cause to educate the public and find a cure.
We offer more than 40 monthly support groups in our five county service area. Each group is facilitated by a trained volunteer and provides information and support for individuals caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias.
Social Engagement Programs
MINDS IN MOTION is a new social engagement program designed specifically to enrich the mind, body, and soul of those with mild to moderate memory and thinking disorders and their loved ones. Click HERE for a printable schedule and information sheet. For more information, please contact Taylor Young at 216-342-5589 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ART IN THE AFTERNOON offers specially guided tours for individuals with memory loss and their caregivers and are held at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Click HERE for a printable schedule and information sheet.
For more information about our Social Engagement Programs, contact us at 800.272.3900 or, if you prefer, send us a message at email@example.com. We check messages daily and will respond to your inquiry, usually within 24 hours.