The Association provides information and reliable guidance 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 800-272-3900.
Offers professional guidance and oversight to ensure families receive the support and services needed to care for their loved one at home.
Are available and provided by a Licensed Master of Social Work.
The purpose of a support group is to provide an opportunity for persons with dementia, family members and friends or care partners the opportunity to meet regularly for mutual emotional support and to exchange coping skills with one another in matters relating to dementia.
Support Groups in Monroe County
Support Groups in the Finger Lakes
To relieve families of their caregiving responsibilities during times of need. Respite is provided by a Dementia Care Specialist.
Medic Alert + Safe Return®
A nationwide identification and support and enrollment program available 24/7 that provides assistance and access to vital medical information when someone with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia wanders or becomes lost locally or far from home. Assistance is available 24 hours a day, every day.
A comprehensive web-based location management service. Families can remotely monitor a person with Alzheimer’s by receiving automated alerts.
Early Stage Engagement Opportunities
Staying socially engaged is important for individuals with Alzheimer's and their caregivers. We offer several art, music and social opportunities every month to help families get out, enjoy activities and make new friends. Click here to find something you might enjoy doing.
Dementia Support Services Program
This program model blends support and management strategies to delay or avoid nursing home placement for people with developmental disabilities (DD) and dementia.
Home Safety Assessment
Assessments and subsequent recommendations are completed by an occupational therapist. The assessment is dementia specific and serves to identify potential safety hazards in the home.
The Marie C. and Joseph C. Wilson Library
This extensive library of books and videos at the Alzheimer’s Association office are available to borrow.
Alzheimer's Association Green-Field Library
We're here to help you get answers to your questions and to dig deeply into topics that are important to you. The Green-Field Library is the nation's largest Online library and resource center devoted to increasing knowledge about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
A free service that makes it easy for people with Alzheimer's, caregivers, families and physicians to locate clinical trials.
This service helps you find answers to your questions quickly and easily by guiding you through care options designed for individual needs and preferences.
Senior Housing Finder®
Powered by SNAPforSeniors® the Senior Housing Finder provides a current list of licensed assisted living residences, nursing homes and other types of senior housing. You can also customize your search by geographic criteria, name of residence, housing type, license type, availability and care services, including the level of dementia care offered.
Lotsa Helping Hands
A free private group calendar that helps caregivers, friends, family members and other volunteers coordinate the dates and times when they will help with caregiving duties, such as preparing meals, providing rides or running errands.
The Alzheimer's Association message boards and chat rooms are your online communication forum. Our message boards have over 9,000 registered members from around the United States, and many more people who simply browse the stories and information that is offered 24 hours a day.
For more information Call: 1.800.272.3900
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