Welcome to the Alzheimer's Research Associations Alzheimer's Caregivers Memory Town Forum.

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First and foremost is that you are among friends so feel free to discuss any topic you want regarding being a Caregiver to an Alzheimer's patient. Ask questions, get answers, answer questions for other caregivers, or just feel free to start a new thread about any topic. All we ask is that you keep it on the subject of Caregiving. Many find writing about their experiences a great way of reducing their own stress. Think of this Forum as your own Town Hall. Use this space as your own personal blog.

Contact us and let us know how we can help you be a better Caregiver, after all that's what we do, we help the Caregivers of Alzheimer's patients. The Alzheimer’s Research Association

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Donation

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The Alzheimer’s Research Association is a 501©3 Non-Profit organization, dedicated to helping the Caregivers of Dementia and Alzheimer’s patients. We support both Family Caregivers and Professional Caregivers.

The Alzheimer’s Research Association relies on the generous donations of our members and visitors to keep our staff researching the best quality information & and bringing our Caregivers the essential support programs and services.

Free Alzheimer’s Caregivers Guidebook

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Our FREE Caregivers guidebook, “A Caregivers Guide for Alzheimer’s Patients” is now available as an E Book and book on tape. We hope this guidebook will help you to become a better Caregiver, answer your most troubling questions, and offer solutions to many of the behavioral problems that come with Alzheimer’s disease.

The E Book comes as a downloadable PDF File an interactive flipbook. You can also get it as a MP3 audio file for $10.

Respite Care

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At the Alzheimer’s Research Association, we recognize that Respite Care services are often a lifeline for Caregivers. We also know that, for many people across the country, these services are out of financial reach.

The Respite Care initiative, and our “Caring for the Caregiver Program” is made possible through the generosity of our donors – it is the primary fund supported by the donations we receive, along with contributions we make in support of Alzheimer’s research for a cure. We look forward to expanding the program as our organization grows.

List your event

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There are literally thousands of church groups, community groups, University Study groups, and other organizations that have and hold events nationwide that it would be impossible for us to keep up with every Support Group, Caregiver Expo, Walks for a Cure, and other Educational events for the Caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients in every State.

We need your help

If you have an event or know of one, we ask that you tell the world about it, so it increases attendance at these events for Caregivers.

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