In recognition of the hard work and dedication of African American caregivers, Alzheimer’s Los Angeles, with funding from the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation, has created three short videos featuring local families caring for their family member with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.
Now that more people are vaccinated and restrictions are lifted across Los Angeles, visits to other vaccinated friends and family members may be on your list of summer plans. Spending time with family and friends is important to people living with Alzheimer’s disease or another […]
Alzheimer’s Los Angeles attended UsAgainstAlzheimer’s National Lobby Day virtually this year. This year’s conference, Unlocking the Promise of Brain Health, featured briefings on brain health and virtual meetings with our members of Congress.
We advocated for funding for Alzheimer’s research and programs, and […]
I am taking care of my brother, who is 77, and was diagnosed with dementia 3 years ago. I’m 72 years old and still working part-time from home. I’m trying to balance work and caregiving, and the most frustrating thing to me is that […]
People with Alzheimer’s or dementia may have trouble recognizing when something is dangerous or making safe decisions. You can help reduce accidents by helping the person feel more relaxed and less confused at home. In recognition of National Safety Month, […]