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The Moment Is Now. Walk With Us.

With new treatment breakthroughs, there’s never been a more important time to join Walk to End Alzheimer's®, the world's largest event to fight the disease.

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The Alzheimer's Association leads the way to end Alzheimer's and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.

But we can't end Alzheimer's without your help.

FDA Approves Donanemab for the Treatment of Early Alzheimer's

Donanemab (Kisunla™) is now approved for the treatment of people living with early symptomatic Alzheimer’s disease, which includes mild cognitive impairment.

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Make a Plan for Extreme Weather and Other Emergencies

The summer months can bring heat waves, fires and hurricanes. Be sure you're prepared with the supplies and strategies you'll need to help keep a person living with dementia safe during a disaster or evacuation.

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Make an Impact That Will Last Through the Summer and All Year Long

Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t take a summer break, and neither do we. Please make a generous gift during our 2024 Summer Annual Fund Drive that will help advance global research and provide care and support for those impacted by Alzheimer’s.

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Find a Support Group

We offer free in-person and virtual support groups for caregivers and people living with dementia. Get local resources and tips from a community who understands.

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Understand Treatment Options

Progress in Alzheimer's research has created promising new treatments. Learn about which drugs are available so you can discuss the options with a doctor.

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Take the Brain Tour

 Learn how Alzheimer's disease affects a person's memory and other brain functions in our interactive online tour.  

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Get Educated

Our free upcoming and on-demand ALZ Talks webinars provide education, information, news and resources on a variety of dementia and caregiving topics.

Our Efforts to End Alzheimer's and All Other Dementia

Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.

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We Provide Care and Support

In 2023, the Alzheimer's Association provided care and support more than 6.5 million times through care consultations, support groups, education programs and more.

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We Accelerate Global Research

The Alzheimer's Association is currently investing more than $405 million in over 1,100 active best-of-field dementia projects in 56 countries, spanning six continents.

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We Advocate for Change

Advocacy by the Alzheimer's Association has increased the federal funding for Alzheimer's and dementia research to $3.8 billion annually — a more than seven-fold increase in the last decade.

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Don't Just Hope for a Cure

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Advocate for Public Policy Change

We Work for All Communities

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The Alzheimer's Association serves nearly 7 million Americans living with Alzheimer's and their over 11 million caregivers.

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The Association has a presence in all 50 states through our local chapter offices and collaborates with tribes and tribal organizations to address dementia.

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The Association partners with 30+ national and 900+ local organizations to address health inequities in underserved and underrepresented communities.

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