Information & Resources for Families

We’re here for you.

Whether you are concerned about your own memory or a loved one’s, looking for what to do if you’ve received a diagnosis, or finding dealing with Alzheimer’s or another dementia harder lately, we have the information you’re looking for. Our free services are available to anyone regardless of where you live, your income, or your immigration status.

We encourage you to call our Helpline at 844.HELP.ALZ (844.435.7259) if you need help quickly or if you’re not sure where to get started.
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High-quality programs and services to help you manage the challenges of caring for a person with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.

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Stay active and connect with people who are also living with or caring for a person with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.

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Providing the daily care for a person with Alzheimer’s or another dementia is hard. Find solutions for every stage and challenge.

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Alzheimer’s LA maintains a vast network of community resources. Explore the many organizations and companies available to support you.

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Learn about dementia: causes, symptoms, treatments and life after a diagnosis.

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Alzheimer’s Los Angeles is a community organization, and we love our community members! We could not serve our clients without the support we receive from you in the form of donations, advocating, volunteering, and raising awareness.

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There is currently no proven way to prevent dementia. You can, however, do things to manage your risk.

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Alzheimer’s Los Angeles is committed to supporting local research in an effort to understand, treat, prevent, and ultimately find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.

Alzheimer’s Los Angeles is working to respond to the needs of people facing new challenges during the coronavirus pandemic.