Here are a few of the many ways you can get involved with our mission. We can always use the help of dedicated, passionate and remarkable volunteers like you. Only together can we make a world without Alzheimer's a reality. Our fight is your fight.
If you are interested in getting involved by volunteering for any one of these important positions or opportunities, please call us at 501.265.0027.
Community Educators are volunteer public speakers who help Alzheimer's Association raise awareness, provide education and expand the reach of educational offerings in the community. These volunteers deliver presentations using prepared training materials on topics related to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Community Representatives raise awareness of Alzheimer's Association programs, provide basic disease information, and link consumers to Alzheimer’s Association service by serving as liaisons between the Alzheimer's Association and local groups such as neighborhoods, rural counties, business and civic organizations or faith communities.
Community Volunteer Leaders
Community Volunteer Leaders help recruit program volunteers, network, build relationships, plan & promote local events, and evaluate community needs. Community Volunteer Leaders traditionally serve an underserved rural or minority communities to raise awareness and expand the reach of Alzheimer's Association programs.
Early Stage Social Engagement Leaders
Early Stage Social Engagement Leaders plan, implement and assure positive experience during social engagement events/activities for people living with memory loss and their care partners.
Faith Outreach Representatives serve as liaisons between the Alzheimer's Association and local faith groups and congregations. It is part of their job to share information about Alzheimer’s disease, free resources offered through the Alzheimer’s Association, and the many ways to join our cause at local community and education events with their congregationers.
Promotores are volunteer community engagers that raise awareness of Alzheimer's Association programs, serving as liaisons between the Alzheimer's Association and the Hispanic/Latino community. Traditionally known as connectors, educators, mentors, counselors, peer leaders, patient navigators or health advocates, Promotores provide basic disease information, and link consumers to Alzheimer’s Association services.
Support Group Facilitators (Caregiver or Early Stage)
Support Group Facilitators create a safe, open environment where people share their feelings, thoughts and experiences in a combined effort to better cope with and manage the shared problems of dementia.