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The Alzheimer’s Association can help you get the information you need about memory loss and dementia.

We offer educational programs for families and individuals facing Alzheimer’s, as well as community members and health care professionals throughout the year. Programs range from basic introductory material to in-depth multi-part sessions. We also offer Research Nights.

Many of these programs are free of charge, but some conferences, workshops and professional trainings do have a registration fee attached to them.
 

Visit our events page to find the right class for you.

Or call our 24/7 Helpline at 800.272.3900, email us at helplinegmc@alz.org or view the printer-friendly PDFs in the sliders below for more information.

Exploring Alzheimer's and Dementia Research Nights

Please RSVP to Maureen O'Reilly at moreilly@alz.org or 248.996.1050.

April 8, 6-8 p.m. April 11, 6-8 p.m.*
"The Science of Alzheimer's and the Latest Developments in Alzheimer's Research" presented by Dr. David G. Morgan, Ph.D. "The Science of Alzheimer's and the Latest Developments in Alzheimer's Research" presented by Dr. David G. Morgan, Ph.D.
LifeCircles Pace
12330 James St., Holland
Michigan State University, Grand Rapids Research Center
400 Monroe Ave. NW, Grand Rapids
  *Tours of the research facility available until 5:50 p.m.