"Alzheimer's Association"
Special sections for: 
   central & North FL

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The Central & North Florida Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association provides valuable community programs such, for 31 counties, such as care consultation services for families struggling to manage care at home, monthly support groups and “24/7 Helpline,” a phone number families can call anytime day or night for advice and encouragement.  The programs are priceless to the estimated 100,000 people in Central Florida living with Alzheimer’s and the more than 500,000 family caregivers directly affected by the brain disease.


Faced with the reality of caring for someone with progressive memory or thinking problems, a family's life changes. How does someone learn to deal with all the changes related to caregiving? Through AlzOnline a caregiver can find information, education, and support related to the issues of caring for someone with progressive dementia. Click http://alzonline.phhp.ufl.edu


Maintain Your Brain

Early Alzheimer Support and Education is an eight week program designed to enhance the relationship between the caregiver and the diagnosed individual by providing educational and emotional support for both. For more information on how to enroll call 407-228-4299.


A one-time, one hour workshop to encourage individuals to make brain health part of their overall fitness goals. 

When people think about staying fit, they generally think from the neck down. But the health of your brain plays a critical role in almost everything you do: thinking, feeling, remembering, working, and playing – even sleeping.

The good news is that we now know there’s a lot you can do to help keep your brain healthier as you age. These steps might also reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia.

Simple lifestyle modifications also would have an enormous impact on our nation's public health and the cost of healthcare. If you make brain-healthy lifestyle changes and take action by getting involved, we could realize a future without Alzheimer's disease.

First Step
Monthly informational sessions on Alzheimer’s disease and community resources.

Partnering With Your Doctor is a two-hour workshop designed to help families
communicate more effectively with their doctors
and to make the most of the limited time available
during visits.

Educational Series
Monthly presentations of field experts and panels on topics related to Alzheimer’s disease and dementias.

O’Gara Library
One of the largest lending resources in the southeast
of books, journals, videos, and magazines related to
Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

Safe Return Program
A nationwide bracelet identification program.
Training provided to Law Enforcement and EMS staff.


"Alzheimer's Association"