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The Alzheimer’s Association MA/NH Chapter has a variety of informational materials available for constituents, at no cost. See below for how you can download literature or order our brochures for your community. 


  • Caregiver Stress: This brochure contains advice and helpful resources for caregivers on ways to recognize and manage stress. Available in English and Spanish. 
  • Understanding Alzheimer's and Other Dementias: This informative brochure offers an overview of Alzheimer's disease, including warning signs, diagnosis, stages of the disease, treatments and more. Available in English and Spanish. 
  • 10 Tips for Living with Alzheimer's: This card features 10 tips for living with Alzheimer's as well as a list of resources and ways to get involved in the fight against the disease. 
  • Living with Alzheimer's: This brochure provides practical tips for living with early stage Alzheimer’s disease. Available in English and Spanish. 

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Other printed materials

  • “Here for You” buckslip: The one page, front and back, buckslip provides an overview of our programs and services available to caregivers and people living with dementia. 
  • Helpline cards: These business card sized cards include the Helpline contact information. They can be helpful to share within the community to refer people to the Helpline. Available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Haitian Creole. 
  • Know the 10 Signs bookmarks: These bookmarks provide an overview of the 10 common initial signs and symptoms of dementia. 

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Tip Sheets

  • Click here to view our collection of Tip Sheets: These tip sheets, available in English and Spanish, can be downloaded and printed. Tip sheets are available on a variety of topics and are updated regularly. Categories include: about Alzheimer's, other Dementia and related conditions, caregiving, financial and legal, living with dementia, medicare-specific topics, safety, treatments, clinical trials and prevention, and visiting a doctor. 

If you have any questions about our materials, or about dementia and Alzheimer’s in general, please feel free to call our 24/7 Helpline at (800) 272-3900.