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Alzheimer’s Association & AARP Community Resource Finder is a database of dementia and aging-related resources that makes it easy for individuals and families to find programs and services in a specific location. Alzheimer's Association education classes can be found in the Community Resource Finder database.

Education topics include:

10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's
Dementia Conversations
Effective Communication Strategies
Healthy Living for your Brain and Body
Introduction to Alzheimer's
Legal and Financial Planning
Living with Alzheimer's Early Stage - For Caregivers
Living with Alzheimer's Middle Stage - For Caregivers
Living with Alzheimer's for Late Stage Caregivers  
Living with Alzheimer's for People with Dementia 
Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia 
Understanding and Responding to Dementia-related Behavior 

To search for education classes on Community Resource Finder, CLICK HERE

Some education classes are now in person, while others are virtual. All virtual education programs will be facilitated by ZOOM video conferencing. A unique registration link is provided below for each conference. During the registration process, the Zoom video conference link will be provided.




June 2, 5:00 p.m. Central Time
Join us for an enlightening discussion about Alzheimer's and dementia in the LGBTQ community. The panel will begin with Clint Kershaw, diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) in 2017 at age 56. He and his partner, Jeff, will talk about how they met and fell in love after Clint's diagnosis and how they navigate this disease together. We will also be joined by Reynaldo Mireles from SAGE (Advocacy & Services for LGBTQ+ Elders) to talk about their work in communities, particularly communities of color. Finally Dan Stewart from HRC (Human Rights Campaign) will discuss the movement to be more trans-inclusive and how the Long-Term Care Equality Index is promoting equitable and inclusive care for LGBTQ older adults in senior housing.

Community Forums

The Alzheimer's Association will be hosting several Community Forums to give residents an opportunity to share their thoughts regarding how the Alzheimer's Association can assist families experiencing Alzheimer's. Learn more about a Community Forum near you.

For questions about education opportunities contact Jenny Shipman at