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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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.
Our professional care consultants conduct individual or family meetings in person or by phone to identify needs, explore options and develop a plan of action to provide ongoing support.
We offer more than 30 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.
This seven-session home based program is designed for individuals with early stage memory problems and their primary care partner to learn more about memory loss and symptoms, explore and communicate core values, and plan together for the future through joint decision making.
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 and the Cleveland Clinic.
For more information about our enrichment 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.