Resources for Alzheimer's Caregivers | Alzheimer's Prevention Registry
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Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging, but you don’t have to do it alone. We’ve collected essential resources on Alzheimer’s caregiving below, including information on taking care of yourself.

Whether you are a new caregiver or have been helping someone for years, you can draw on the experiences of other caregivers and Alzheimer’s care professionals to provide the best care possible for the person with Alzheimer’s in your life.

Learning Opportunities Online 

These programs provide all the essential information needed by family members, friends or professional caregivers after a new diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease/related dementia is made and as the disease progresses.

 
After the Dementia Diagnosis Online Learning Modules

These online modules review the basics of dementia from the various types to progression and treatments available. Most importantly, caregivers will learn the 8 most essential strategies to avoid many of the unwanted behaviors that arise due to the demands of the illness. 

Planning Ahead Online Class

Alzheimer’s disease/dementia is a condition that can last for 8 – 10 years and will require additional help and care as the condition changes. Planning Ahead modules will discuss medical, legal and financial decisions that are needed along with how to find help and pay for care in the home, community and residential settings.

View the entire Planning Ahead class:

View Planning Ahead as individual learning modules:

As Dementia Progresses Online Learning Modules

These learning modules help caregivers to understand the moderate to advanced stages of Alzheimer’s disease/related dementia. Caregivers will learn about expected changes in memory, thinking, mood, behavior and function. Practical strategies are provided to assist caregivers to find success in their efforts.

Alzheimer's Caregiver Bulletin

Sign up for the Registry's monthly e-newsletter, which provides timely information for people caring for someone with Alzheimer's.

Banner Alzheimer’s Institute provides a monthly series of “Dementia Dialogues” webinars for Alzheimer’s caregivers. View a list of upcoming webinars and the archive of past sessions.

Caregiving Basics

Care Options

Understanding Behaviors

Planning for the Future

Safety
Financial Issues

Caring for the Caregiver

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