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I'll slow down my Alzheimer's. Not the other way around.

"You're not alone." For almost 30 years, the Alzheimer's Association has led the fight against Alzheimer's disease. With resources like a 24-hour helpline and a community filled with people just like you, we offer help and hope to people with Alzheimer's and their loved ones. No matter where you are, the Alzheimer's Association is here for you.

This section of our website is for people with early-stage memory loss. Here you can find information about Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other types of dementia. You can also learn about ways to cope and live successfully with the challenges that a diagnosis of dementia can bring. By clicking on the links below you can access information that’s most relevant to you.

Information just for you:


Baseball Reminiscence Program

Based on a successful program in St. Louis, the Baseball Reminiscence Program brings baseball lovers with early stage dementia together to connect on a shared passion for the game.  Participants will listen to recordings of old games, swap memories, and talk about the game with fellow participants and volunteers from the Society of American Baseball Research.  The program will wrap up with a trip to see the Round Rock Express take on Memphis Red Birds. 

The meetings will be held at our chapter office (3520 Executive Center Drive, #140) on Mondays from 11:00am - 12:30pm on September 14, 28, October 12, 26, November 9th and 16th.  Registration and a pre-screening interview is required to participate.  Contact 512-241-0420 or or visit our chapter blog for more details.

Links to others:

To link to our message boards at our national office and talk with others diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, click here

Contact information:

We encourage you to contact us to learn more by calling the Chapter office at 512.241.0420. For persons with memory loss, their families and friends, we offer many free classes to help you understand Alzheimer's & Dementia.

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Alzheimer's Association

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Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.