The Alzheimer’s Association
The Alzheimer's Association Helpline operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in 140 languages. Our staff is highly trained and knowledgeable about all aspects of Alzheimer’s disease. Call us if you have questions about:
Alzheimer’s disease or memory loss, medications and treatment options, brain health and care options.
How the Association can help you.
Caregiving tips and respite care options.
Services available in your community and referrals.
You can also call us for emotional support –– as often as you need. We know that living with Alzheimer’s can be overwhelming at times. Remember, we are here for you –– all day, every day.
If you prefer, send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org. We check email daily and will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours or the following business day.
Our professional staff is dedicated to helping people navigate through the difficult decisions and uncertainties people with Alzheimer’s and their families face at every stage of the disease. We can provide care consultation services to you by telephone, email or in person. These include:
Assessment of needs.
Assistance with planning and problem solving with disease care management (i.e., behaviors, placement decisions).
Creating an individualized care plan.
Contact us for more information:
Alzheimer’s disease and other disorders that cause dementia know no boundaries. Many individuals and families in ethnic and cultural minority groups are in need of solid information about Alzheimer’s disease and health resources.
We maintain updated information on home care, adult day care, care coordination, assisted living, skilled nursing facilities, eldercare lawyers and transportation available in the community. Our staff and trained professionals can help assess whether a specific care provider meets the needs of an individual with Alzheimer’s.
For more information, please contact us:
By phone: 1.800.272.3900
By e-mail: email@example.com
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Comfort Zone: Location monitoring system for people with dementia
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