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There is no one-size-fits all formula when it comes to Alzheimer's care. Needs change at different stages of the disease and each family's situation is unique. Deciding on care can be a tough decision.

We have information to help.

Online Tools

Message Boards
Connect with caregivers going through similar experiences.

Care Team Calendar
Organize offers to help with caregiving using our online tool.

Community Resource Finder®
Locate dementia resources, programs and services in your area.

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Top Five Tips

  • Research all care options before deciding which is a good fit.

  • Ask providers if they have training in dementia care.

  • Familiarize providers with the needs and likes of the person with dementia.

  • Know that it's normal to be apprehensive about changing care.

  • Re-evaluate care as needs change.


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