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Serving 47 counties in Washington and Northern Idaho, the Alzheimer’s Association Washington State Chapter is the premier resource in the Pacific Northwest for people impacted by dementia. Through five local offices and a network of dedicated volunteers, our Chapter offers a broad range of care and support services, education and advocacy, as well as funding for Alzheimer’s and dementia research.
COVID-19 Update: Our team is working remotely starting Monday, March 9, 2020. We are available to you 24/7 during this time for around-the-clock care and support.
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Support groups are a great way to connect with those experiencing similar situations surrounding Alzheimer's and dementia. Support groups are now being held by phone or web meeting.
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Our Support Groups are great way to seek support from those who have the same concerns and problems surrounding Alzheimer's and dementia.
Our conferences provide vital dementia education to those impacted by Alzheimer's and other dementias.
Our educational offerings are flagship sessions on Alzheimer's and dementia.
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