Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer’s Association is dedicated to accelerating dementia research, reducing driving risk, and maximizing quality care and support.

To view a Community Conversation video with Jenna Pogorels, Alzheimer’s Association Sr. Program Manager: Link Here

Resources They Offer

  • The 24/7 helpline (800) 272-3900, is staffed around the clock to offer support and information. (Spanish is available)
  • Support groups: Both peer groups and professionally led groups are available for those living with dementia and caregivers. All group facilitators are trained. Due to Covid-19, the groups connect by phone or video conference. (Link Here)
  • Online community: You can become part of a free community and connect with others. Message boards allow caregivers and those with dementia to talk to and support each other. (Link Here)
  • Blogs: People affected by dementia share their stories. (Link Here)
  • Online education: Learn about dementia and caregiving. (Link Here)