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The Alzheimer’s Association provides services to the entire state of South Carolina through a network of local offices.

Our support groups are led by trained volunteers and are offered regularly. Our community education programs feature information on topics such as diagnosis, warning signs, communication, living with Alzheimer’s disease and caregiving techniques. View our calendar of upcoming programs or take advantage of our convenient on-demand classes.

We also know that a diagnosis of dementia is life-altering. Our early stage dementia programs can help individuals with early memory loss and their caregivers stay engaged and share experiences with others in a safe and supportive setting. Learn more.

Need to talk? Our 24-Hour Helpline is available anytime day or night, and our friendly, professional staff can arrange one-on-one care consultations in order to talk through your concerns and help you develop a care plan. We also have resources to help caregivers take a break and take care of themselves.

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SC Chapter Program Calendar

Whether virtual, in-person or on-demand, our classes, support groups and early stage social offerings are here to provide information and support

Early Stage Dementia Programs

If you have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, dementia, or mild cognitive impairment, you'll find a rich community of support through our virtual programs.

Support Groups in SC

You're not alone. Our monthly support groups provide a confidential setting learn from each other. View our local group listing or search by zip code.

Request a group presentation

Would you like to arrange a free educational program for your faith community, civic group, workplace or other group? Browse our topics and submit a request.

Mark Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month with an Awareness Presentation

Request a free Awareness Presentation to promote understanding of the disease and where to turn for support.

South Carolina Resources

Learn about programs that may provide assistance to families in South Carolina.

Caregiver Respite

Caregiving is demanding — and it's normal to need a break. Learn about types of respite and how to get assistance.

Sitter Service

Do you need caregiving assistance in order to attend a support group or education program? We can help.

Education Programs

Learn more about the education programs that we offer in the community and online.

Orangeburg Stakeholders Meeting

The SC Chapter invites community partners to help plan a series of public forums to hear from residents on what resources are most needed in Orangeburg County.

Community Pop-Up Meet & Greets

Join us for Pop-Up Meet & Greets in South Carolina communities to connect with support and get involved.

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