AARP

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AARP is dedicated to helping empower over the age of 50 to choose how they live their life and how they can improve their quality of life as they age.

ACT on Alzheimer's (Minnesotans working together on the impacts of Alzheimer's)

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The work of ACT is about equipping communities to support people who are touched by Alzheimer’s disease. They offer information, resources and in-person support.

At the Crossroads: Family Conversations about Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia & Driving

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This guidebook helps families determine when it’s time for loved ones with dementia to stop driving and helps them cope with driving cessation.

Dementia Alliance International

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Dementia Alliance International is an independent self-advocacy organization of people with dementia. They provide a unified voice of strength, advocacy and support for our rights, individual autonomy and improved quality of life.

Dementia-Friendly Airports Working Group (DFAWG)

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The Dementia-Friendly Airports Working Group (DFAWG) is an international collaboration of professionals, academics, and volunteers in aging and dementia services and support systems, and individuals who are living with dementia. They promote the definition and implementation of dementia-friendly protocols in U.S. airports and airlines and the air travel regulations world-wide.

Dementia Map

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Dementia Map is a free directory to the resources needed by those diagnosed with a form of dementia, family members, and professionals providing care or services.

Dementia Resources (Georgia Department of Human Services)

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This page contains the different dementia resources and manuals from the       Department of Human Services Division Aging services.

Dementia Society of America

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The Dementia Society of America provides a variety of dementia awareness materials and resources for individuals and organizations across America, including a set of handy online directories to help families find valuable support. Free resources.

Dementia Toolkit

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The website is full of articles and information that are based on research, and the experiences of people with dementia and their care partners. This website also has linked to pre-existing resources aiming to gather lots of useful and inspiring information in one place.

Help for Alzheimer's Families

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A website or haven full of information, services for an individual’s journey with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. Free access to their resources.

Keeping Your Home at its Best

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This guide offers homeowners tips and information about staying on top of home maintenance tasks, working with service providers, and which smart home technologies to consider.

Truthful Loving with Kindness

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A blog by a person with dementia. This blog is primarily focus on dementia symptoms, strategies, communication and relationship from a 1st-person perspective. A documentation progress of the person’s symptoms and adaptive strategies used by the person and friends. Also, discuss the role that spirituality plays in the person’s daily life.

Living with Dementia (My Life, My Goals) - Alzhemer's Society

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A practical guide full of hope to help you set your goals once diagnosed with dementia.

Simple Solutions, Practical Ideas and Products to Enhance Independent Living

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This guidebook features more than 200 simple design ideas and household products that can make your home more comfortable, convenient and safe.

The Dementia Guide: Living Well After Diagnosis (Alzheimer's Society)

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This guide will help a person understand more about dementia and the treatments, support and services. It includes information about how anyone can live well with dementia, and about making plans for the future.

The I'm Still Here Foundation

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This foundation sponsors and supports community engagement programs and evens for People Living with Dementia and their loved ones, based on I’m Still Here principles of non-pharmacological treatment. The Foundation fosters use of the visual arts and cultural events throughout communities and in care facilities to support persons living with dementia to remain engaged and fulfilled and to help caregivers maintain meaningful relationships. The Foundation is well known for its influential Artists for Alzheimer’s (ARTZ) programs which have served thousands of Persons Living With Dementia.

Dementia Friendly America

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DFA is a national network of communities, organizations and individuals seeking to ensure that communities across the U.S. are equipped to support people living with dementia and their caregivers. Dementia friendly communities foster the ability of people living with dementia to remain in community and engage and thrive in day to day living.

Home Transitions Solution Group

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Home Transitions Solution Group provides home assessment, remote home care and medical data integration and other services.

Reimagining Dementia : A Creative Coalition for Justice

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Reimagining Dementia: A Creative Coalition for Justice is an international group of people living with dementia, carers/care partners, family and community members, dementia activists and allies, health professionals, advocates, artists, academics, policymakers, and others. They creatively challenge the biomedical and institutional approaches to dementia policy and practice, and the fear, stigma and hopelessness they create.