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African American Outreach

Because African Americans in the United States have higher rates of vascular disease, they also may be at greater risk for developing Alzheimer’s. 

Visit our African American outreach site.

Latino Outreach

The number of Latinos with Alzheimer's disease could increase 600 percent by 2050. So it's important to learn about Alzheimer's to better care for a loved one.

Visit our Latino outreach site.

Chinese Outreach

Web page coming soon!

For more information, please contact:

Fai Lin Lau
Manager, Chinese Outreach
646.744.2951

Resources:
Chinese Newsletter
Booklets: Making Home Care Work For You Guide & Easing the Transition: move your relative to a nursing home

Russian Outreach

Web page coming soon!

For more information, please contact:

Anastasiya Lee
Russian Outreach MedicAlert +
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646.744.2906

LGBT Outreach

To find out about safe, affirming services for LGBT individuals and families, please contact:

Anne Foerg
Manager, Care Consultation
646.744.2944

Resources:
LGBT Caregiver Concerns Brochure (PDF)

 

 

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