For persons with memory loss, their families and friends, there are classes and webinars to help you understand memory loss, develop a partnership with your doctor and learn skills to make legal and financial plans.
This series is designed to meet the information needs of individuals who have received an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, their care partners and professionals. Classes were selected by experienced care partners and range from legal and financial planning to communicating and healthy living. The goal of the series is to help people with dementia and their care partners maintain an optimal level of social, mental and physical health as they encounter new challenges related to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Duluth: This series takes place the third Wednesday of each month and runs from May-August 2013.
St. Cloud: Join us at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church for this series, running January-May 2013.
St. Cloud Schedule
Twin Cities-East: The current series runs through February-June 2013.
Twin Cities-West: The current series runs through February 2013.
To receive more information about education, contact Debbie Richman at 952.857.0551.
E-Learning and Webinars
What is a webinar?
Living With Alzheimer's family education series
The Alzheimer's Association is pleased to offer educational classes to groups of all sizes and ages. Target audiences include, but are not limited to:
To schedule a class or for more information, including class fees, contact Deborah Richman, education manager:
Meeting of the Minds Dementia Conference 2014
Early Stage Workgroup
As diagnostic tools become more sophisticated and the benefits of early diagnosis recognized, more people are being diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) or early Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia. The Early Stage Services Work Group is a group of professionals and community members whose goal is to create an early stage memory loss and dementia service continuum to meet the needs of this growing and underserved population. Members attend monthly meetings eager to learn, network, and collaborate together. If you are interested in planning and implementing innovative and creative programs and services for individuals with early stage Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia please contact us at 952.830.0512.
As the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research, the Alzheimer's Association has been an active partner in "THE ALZHEIMER'S PROJECT," providing expert insight and leading community engagement.
Lunch and Learn: HBO’s The Alzheimer’s Project
By phone: 952.857.0541