The Alzheimer’s Care Coalition is a nonprofit organization.
We are family members, caregivers, interested persons, and professionals.
Who provide support and/or care for a relative with Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia.
 
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Who do we help?
Individuals, families caregivers and professionals who are impacted by Alzheimer’s or any other dementia in Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Warren and White County, Indiana.


Coalition Membership
Coalition membership is open to anyone interested in our mission. They are family members, caregivers, interested persons, and professionals (many who work with nursing facilities, home health agencies, hospice agencies, elder law attorneys, funeral homes, and Area IV etc). To join, visit the Membership page.

Monthly meetings
Monthly meetings are held at 8:30 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month at Area IV. Contact Jan Fay, Area IV Agency on Aging, 765-447-7683 or 800-382-7556 for more information. See all Events.

     



Mission Statement
To provide services, education, and support to individuals, families, caregivers and professionals who are impacted by Alzheimer’s or any other dementia in the 8-county area served by Area IV.

Caregiving Population by 2030

By the year 2030, an estimated 20 percent of the U.S. population will be 65 years or older. As the American population ages, a growing number of people will be serving as caregivers for family members affected by dementia and other types of functional impairment.


Alzheimer's Disease 9th Annual Caregiver Conference

Alzheimer's Disease: Being Resourceful Through the Stages - Keynote Speaker, Dr. Mary Austrom

Early, Middle, and Late stages of Alzheimer's Disease - each brings different behaviors, changes in the brain, and different needs for both the caregiver and the care recipient. At the conference - learn about resources available to families throughout the different stages of Alzheimer's and how to access them.
 

Breakout sessions include:
  • information on characteristics of the disease at each stage;
  • communication techniques to help make interactions go smoothly; 
  • panel discussions by personnel from resource agencies; 
  • opportunities for peer support from people who have "been there"; and
  • financial planning strategies








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