The Alzheimer's Association is here to answer questions, connect you with local resources, provide support and help families navigate difficult situations.
Did you know that important research is happening right here in South Carolina, and that you can be part of it? Join us for a special conference on Friday, November 9, 2018, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in Columbia, SC.
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If you're caring for a family member with Alzheimer's disease or another dementia, you are not alone. Our free and confidential caregiver support groups are offered in most South Carolina counties. Contact us in advance to learn how to access free care assistance to help you attend.
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It's never too early to register for Walk to End Alzheimer's! Offered in 9 locations across South Carolina, this is our largest community event of the year. Join us to raise awareness and funds to #ENDALZ.
Currently, more than 89,000 South Carolinians are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and over 309,000 family and friends are providing care for them. Serving the entire state through regional offices in Anderson, Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Myrtle Beach and Spartanburg, our chapter is here to help.
We provide education and support to those facing Alzheimer’s and other dementias throughout our community, including those living with the disease, caregivers, health care professionals and families. We are also committed to advocating for the needs and rights of those facing Alzheimer’s disease and advancing critical research toward methods of treatment, prevention and, ultimately, a cure.
The Alzheimer’s Association provides services to the entire state of South Carolina. We're here for individuals and families facing any type of dementia.
About our Chapter
The Alzheimer's Association South Carolina Chapter offers educational programs and support services throughout South Carolina.
The South Carolina Chapter serves the state through a network of regional offices. Find the office nearest you.
Caregiving is demanding — and it's normal to need a break. Learn about types of respite and how to get assistance.
Present a workshop. Lead a support group. Help with special events. Lend a hand with office tasks. Be an advocate.
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