Where to find Alzheimer’s/Dementia services/support in Michigan

Ken Haddad
Ken Haddad

If you are concerned that you or someone you love has Alzheimer’s, start by learning the ten warning signs and research Alzheimer’s disease. Then, contact any of the following associations with your questions:

Michigan Dementia Coalition: at 800-272-3900
Alzheimer's Association: at 800-272-3900
Alzheimer's Foundation of America: at 866-232-8484
Family Caregiver Alliance: at 800-445-8106
Peer-or Professionally Led Support Groups

To find resources that help those with Alzheimer’s or Dementia live independently, use the Elder Care Locator or call 800-677-1116. Visit the Alzheimer’s Association Community Resource Finder to locate housing and care options, in-home care, community services, legal services, and memory care locations near you. You can also learn more about the right Legal Planning Resources.

Paying for Alzheimer’s Care
Alzheimer’s and Dementia can be a lengthy process requiring medical staff and counseling.  Read about five ways to pay for Alzheimer’s and Dementia care.

Activities for People with Alzheimer’s or Dementia
People with Alzheimer's disease should stay active and do things they enjoy. It’s easy to adapt activities for people with Alzheimer’s to engage them in stimulating things to keep them busy. Discover appropriate things they can do.

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