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The Alzheimer’s Association - Heart of America Chapter is the premier source of information and support for the 50,000 individuals and 200,000 family members and care partners living with dementia in our service area. Through our bi-state network of offices, the Heart of America Chapter offers a broad range of programs and services, including a 24-hour Helpline (800.272.3900), at no cost to families. We fund advancements in research to prevent, treat and ultimately conquer this disease and, with our volunteers, raise awareness of, and advocate for, the needs and rights of people with dementia.
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Learn more about this plan that was created after Executive Order #19-08, Establishing the Alzheimer's Disease Task Force, was enacted by Governor Laura Kelly.
The Alzheimer's Association is a volunteer-driven organization. Our volunteers are passionate, inspired, and ready to make a difference in the fight against Alzheimer's disease. When you're ready to get involved, let us know! Volunteer opportunities are available throughout our 65-county service area.
Join this group of emerging leaders who have a passion for providing support, fundraising, education, volunteering and advocacy with an ultimate goal of ending Alzheimer's and other dementia.
We offer resources, support services, and educational workshops for those with memory loss, their families, care partners, and health professionals.
Learn about our virtual education schedule for individuals with memory loss, their care partners, and health professionals.
We can reach you wherever you are. All you need is a computer or Smartphone and access to the internet.
We offer many resources for those who are caring for individuals with Alzheimer's disease.
Every day we encounter individuals who are concerned about memory loss - their own or a loved one's. Is it normal aging or something more serious?
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