African Americans Against Alzheimer's

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AfricanAmericansAgainstAlzheimer’s is the nation’s first organization dedicated to building a coordinated national response to eliminate and address Alzheimer’s disease (AD) among African Americans.

Dementia, Intimacy and Sexuality Guide (Alzheimer's Society of Canada)

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This sheet provides information on how to address the intimacy and

sexual needs of people with dementia and their partners as the dementia progresses.

Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map for Indian Country

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This public health guide is focused on the impact of dementia in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. It is designed to support discussion about dementia and care partnering within tribal communities and to encourage a public health approach.

International Association for Indigenous Aging

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IA2 works to identify and implement the most effective solutions to the most significant issues facing American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Indigenous people around the globe. IA2 works collaboratively, drawing upon network of people from all sectors and multiple professions, including researchers, academicians, media experts, and outreach specialists from around the country. Their website has resources for American Indians and Native Alaskans with dementia.

Latinos Against Alzheimer's

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LatinosAgainstAlzheimer’s offers resources and methods of action to address the growing impact of Alzheimer’s and dementia on our nation’s 55 million Latino families. They spearhead strategic coalition building, legislative advocacy, culturally tailored education and brain health promotion efforts across the country.

Memory Loss and Alzheimer's Disease in Native People Booklet

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The Wake Forest School of Medicine Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center offers a booklet about Alzheimer’s disease in Native American people. The booklet uses personal stories to help the reader understand more about the disease and recognize the early signs of memory loss.

Memory Sunday Toolkit

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Originally developed by the African American Dementia Outreach Partnership in Lexington, KY, it is now updated and distributed by the Balm in Gilead’s National Brain Health Center for African Americans. This toolkit is part of a campaign to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive health among members of African-American churches. It also contains resources for implementing Memory Sunday—the second Sunday in June, when interested congregations participate in the awareness campaign.

National Asian Pacific Center of Aging

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The National Asian Pacific Center of Aging is an American advocacy and service organization for elderly Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). NAPCA works to assist AAPI seniors and educate the general public on the needs of the AAPI aging community. They provide collection of reports, analysis and resources about dementia. Also, they strengthen community-based services for Asian American and Pacific Islanders affected by dementia.

Proud to Care: LGBT and Dementia (A Healthcare Guide)

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A guide to support health and social care staff develop their practice in working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people with dementia.

SAGE Advocacy and Services for LGBTQ+ Elders

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For 40-plus years, SAGE has worked tirelessly on behalf of LGBTQ+ older people. SAGE is more than just an organization. It’s a movement of loving, caring activists dedicated to providing advocacy, services, and support to older members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Serving African American Families: Home and Community Based Services for People with Dementia and their Caregivers

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This toolkit from the Alzheimer’s Association outlines actions states can take to elevate awareness about dementia and caregiver support in African American communities, and provides links to local dementia capable services.