A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s doesn’t mean you stop taking part in life. Keep doing the things you enjoy. Find comfort in your family and friends. Plan for your future. And consider getting involved with the Alzheimer’s Association and our mission.
Advocate - Speak to others about the issues you face. Become an Alzheimer's advocate and make an impact on the decision-makers for Alzheimer's funding. As an advocate, you can talk to legislators about your personal experiences and the need to increase funding for research and care programs.
Join Walk to End Alzheimer's™ - Walk with your family and friends in the nation's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care, support and research. Find a Walk.
Find support - Attend a local Alzheimer’s Association support group and meet with other individuals to share your hopes and fears, and give advice and support. You can also connect with others online through our message boards and chat.
Participate in clinical studies - More than 150 Alzheimer-related clinical studies are now recruiting participants. You can help advance knowledge about this disease by participating in a study. Learn more about clinical studies.