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The 10 Early Signs of Alzheimer's and Dementia

If you notice any of them, don't ignore them. Schedule an appointment with your doctor.

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Oregon & SW Washington Chapter

Currently, more than 69,000 people in Oregon are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and about 168,000 family and friends are providing unpaid care. In Washington, the more than 120,000 people living with Alzheimer's have 300,000 unpaid caregivers.
Serving all 38 Oregon counties plus Clark and Skamamia counties in Washington, your local Chapter is here to help.

Serving all of Oregon's counties and SW Washington, with regional offices in Lake Oswego, Salem, and Bend.

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Your Story Makes A Difference

We all have a stake in ending Alzheimer's and all other dementia! What's yours? Take a minute to share why you join the fight, to inspire other's to take action.

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Join the Walk to End Alzheimer's

Across the nation, the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's® is full of flowers, each carried by someone committed to ending this disease. Because like flowers, our participants don't stop when something's in their way. They keep raising funds and awareness for a breakthrough in the fight against Alzheimer's and all other dementia.

Find Your Walk

The day with the most light is the day we fight.

Fight Alzheimer’s on The Longest Day — the summer solstice on June 20 — by participating in a fundraising activity of your choice.

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Ask Congress to Support Research Funding

The Alzheimer’s Association is asking Congress to fund the BOLD Act and increase Alzheimer’s and dementia research funding by $226 million for the government’s budget.

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Know the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer's.

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