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Let's Talk founded by Ted Grazman
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Let's Talk founder, Ted Grazman

Through Let’s Talk, people with early-stage dementia are linked through a supervised telephone peer support program to share information and coping strategies, reduce social isolation and provide emotional support. The program provides a supportive environment where people can talk freely about the effects of dementia on their lives.

Let's Talk is an ongoing program and individuals wishing to receive calls can begin participating at any time! We are currently accepting referrals for Let’s Talk.

For more information or to make a referral, please contact the Alzheimer's Association St. Louis Chapter, at 800.272.3900.

Let's Talk is looking for volunteers (who also have early-stage memory loss) to make friendly calls to others with early-stage memory loss.  While Let's Talk serves people throughout our entire 38-county service area, volunteers need to be able to travel to the Alzheimer’s Association’s St. Louis Chapter office at 9370 Olive Blvd. in St. Louis County. Those who would like to be call recipients should be residents of Missouri or Illinois.


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