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Below, please find a full list of education offerings from the Alzheimer's Association Oregon Chapter. (Many classes are also available online.) 

To read the description for a particular class, as well as a list of when and where the class will be held, please click on the name of the class below.  

Registration is required for all classes. Please call 800-272-3900 to register. Classes are free unless otherwise noted.

Know the 10 Signs:
Early Detection Matters

The Basics

Getting Started

Conversations about Dementia

Living with Alzheimer's

Legal and Financial
Planning for Alzheimer's

Communication Strategies

Understanding & Responding
to Dementia-Related

Healthy Living
for Your Brain and Body:
Tips from the Latest Research

To view a calendar of selected classes in your community, click on the corresponding link below.

Portland-metro February 2016 calendar
Portland-metro March 2016 calendar
Cascade Coast winter 2016 calendar
Central Oregon winter 2016 calendar
Southern Oregon winter 2016 calendar

To request a class or presentation at your place of worship, senior center or community group, please call 800-272-3900.



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