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New 2024 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures

Our new report reveals the burden of Alzheimer's and dementia on individuals, caregivers and the nation's health care system.

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Connecticut Chapter

Right now, there are 80,000 people living with Alzheimer's disease in Connecticut and twice as many caregivers, many unpaid family members and friends. We are here for you!

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New England Conference for Dementia Care Professionals

May 2nd: The New England Conference for Dementia Care Professionals emphasizes practical, concrete recommendations that healthcare professionals can take back to any care setting. Register today!

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Speaking of Alzheimer's

A new podcast, presented by the Alzheimer's Association New England Region. Firsthand experiences from those navigating their journey with Alzheimer's disease, care partners, and researchers. Now available on Spotify.

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Bring Me Back Home Program

A new registry for Connecticut residents which allows law enforcement access to information to assist in the recovery of missing or wandering persons.

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Request a Presentation

We offer customized programs to bring you the latest information on Alzheimer’s. For more information on availability, please complete our Speaker Request Form.

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Keep Up With Alzheimer’s News and Events

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Caregiver Support Group: Berlin (hybrid option available)

Caregiver Support Group: Berlin (hybrid option available)

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Virtual Caregiver Support Group: Fairfield County

Virtual Caregiver Support Group: Fairfield County

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Effective Communication Strategies-Putnam

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