The Alzheimer’s Association MA/NH Chapter offers free programs and services for people living with early memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. During the COVID-19 pandemic, all programs and services are available by phone and videoconference.
Our early stage social engagement program, Alz Meet Ups, offers unique and enjoyable opportunities to connect with others also living with early memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia. In these virtual gatherings, the group discusses the arts, fitness, lectures and more.
Register for an upcoming Alz Meet Up:
Having memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, or another type of dementia is life-changing and leads to many questions:
- What will this mean for me and my family?
- How can I plan for the future?
- What can I do to manage my symptoms?
- How can I live my best life?
Join us for this three-part program, Living with Alzheimer’s: For People with Alzheimer’s
, to get answers to your questions and hear from others facing these challenges.
This interactive class is open to people with mild/early-stage memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. Families and friends are encouraged to attend with the person who has memory loss.
Support groups for people in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias provide an opportunity to share experiences and talk with others about dealing with challenges and continuing to live a meaningful life.
Our support groups are offered for 6-8 week sessions.
Early memory loss or a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia creates unique concerns and challenges for each individual affected.
Care consultation can assist you and your family in creating a road map to navigate through your many thoughts, emotions, and questions. Care consultation is useful whether you have been just diagnosed or have been impacted for some time. You will receive valuable one-to-one assistance that will enable you to better understand the disease, manage the symptoms, and live life today.
To schedule an appointment by telephone or video conference with a local care consultant: