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The Alzheimer's Association Cleveland Area Chapter offers a variety of programs and services designed to support individuals who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, their care partners and family. Through these programs and services, the Alzheimer's Association is committed to provide support throughout the duration of the disease.

Some of these programs and services include support groups, early-stage programs, dementia care coaching and engagement programs.

Care Consultation
An enhanced Helpline support element for caregivers delivered by licensed counselors and social workers with specialized training in Alzheimer's and other dementias. Staff provide personalized information, resources, strategies and the creation of an action plan to help with decision-making.
Click here for upcoming Dementia Care Training sessions for family and professional caregivers. 

Early-stage Services
Whether you are in the process of being diagnosed or have been recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia, the Alzheimer’s Association is the leader in providing care, support, education and engagement opportunities for people with memory and thinking disorders and their families.  Learn more about Alzheimer’s and related disorders, join a support group or online community, get involved as a volunteer or advocate or join the cause to educate the public and find a cure.

Support Groups
We offer nearly 40 monthly support groups in our five county service area.  Each group is facilitated by a trained volunteer and provides information and support for individuals caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. 

Find a support group here.

Social Engagement Programs
MINDS IN MOTION is a social engagement program designed specifically to enrich the mind, body, and soul of those with mild to moderate memory and thinking disorders and their loved ones. Click for upcoming dates and topics.

Art in the Afternoon is a monthly engagement program in conjuction with the Cleveland Museum of Art. Learn more here.