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10 Warning Signs

Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer's or another dementia.
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Scientists study use of brain implant
Innovative 'brain prosthesis' could help with memory loss
National early-stage advisor faces Alzheimer's, cancer
Take a moment to read, listen to this interview with NPR


Blondes vs Brunettes
Join us on Nov. 14 for the best football game in town!
Chapter Calendar
Find an education program, support group or upcoming event near you
Third annual Brain Ball
Join us on May 6 for this exciting event!
Workplace giving
Invite the Chapter to participate in your workplace giving events! Learn more.


Online Caregiver Center
Info on daily care, safety, behaviors, care options and more
Early Stage Services
Newly diagnosed? We're here to help
Caregiver action plan
Use our free online tool to map out a customized plan
Alzheimer's Association TrialMatch
Learn more about participating in a clinical trial


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