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A diagnosis of Alzheimer's or another dementia is life-changing. The Alzheimer's Association Dementia Care Coordination program offers a variety of resources to help your patients and their families live their best lives. Caregivers referred to the program will receive a care consultation and individualized care planning. Our clinical team will provide a summary report back to you.

Benefits of Dementia Care Coordination

Connect caregivers with a Dementia Care Consultant to:

  • Help caregivers better understand a dementia diagnosis
  • Make a plan for the future
  • Identify available resources
  • Develop strategies for navigating care decisions and challenges
All of our Dementia Care Consultants have experience working with people living with dementia and their caregivers. They have all been trained by the Alzheimer’s Association to provide a high level of support and education to the caregivers they work with.

We are excited to be able to offer Spanish and Haitian Creole language care consultations by our bilingual Dementia Care consultants. We are also able to provide a high level of support for other non-English speaking caregivers through the use of our language line that offers translation in over 200 languages.

Refer caregivers today

If your organization participates in the dementia care coordination program and you would like to make a referral, please use our HIPAA-compliant online referral form at

Diagnosis of a specific type of dementia is not required to participate in the program.

If you are a provider and are unsure if your organization participates in the DCC program, or if you would like more information on how to become a DCC partner, please contact Samantha Mohn at


“Thanks so much for the detailed care plan and the information. You do a tremendous job of discussing difficult topics and making everyone feel comfortable."
- Referred to Dementia Care Coordination Program, Caring for Mom

"Caregivers are relieved to know this program contacts them. They don't have to make the phone call, which is one less thing they have to do"
-NP Neurology Practice

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