Alzheimer's Services

Government agencies and other groups provide all kinds of help for those affected by Alzheimer's. Use them to stay abreast of advances in therapy and medication, find services near you, and make contact with others.

Organizations available to Alzheimer's sufferers and their families include:

  • Research foundations
  • Education centers
  • Support groups
  • Legal and financial resources


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When talking to your loved one, minimize the distractions and noise by turning off the television or radio. This helps the person focus on the conversation.