National & Local Resources
For immediate support:
The Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline (800) 272-3900 is available around the clock, 365 days a year. Through this free service, specialists and master’s-level clinicians offer confidential support and information to people living with the disease, caregivers, families and the public.
The mission of the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation is to prevent Alzheimer’s disease by funding research studies and providing educational outreach and memory screenings. https://alzheimersprevention.org/alzheimers-info/resources/
Hilarity for Charity, a nonprofit group started by actor Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller provides grants for respite care for people looking after loved ones with dementia. To apply, go to helpforalzheimersfamilies.com.
A Consumer Guide for Family Caregivers
If you have a loved one in an assisted living facility or any place where they may be feeling isolated, scared, or anxious; if you are unable to visit, ELIXIR IMAGES wants to help keep you connected and your loved one as calm as possible during this stressful time.
We are available to talk over the phone, breathe with you, share resources and encourage you. Email now to sign up.
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Recipes from Simply Seasonal
Here you will learn how to naturally heal your body in the kitchen through seasonal cooking.Watch as we teach you easy tips and tricks to deeply nourish your body, bring yourself back into balance, heal, and thrive!
MUSIC & MEMORY® is a non-profit organization that helps individuals with a wide range of cognitive and physical conditions to engage with the world, ease pain, and reclaim their humanity through the use of personalized music playlists.
Books and articles
Pauline Boss, Ph.D Loving Someone Who Has Dementia: How to find hope while coping with stress and grief
Jytte Fogh Lokvig, Ph.D. Certified Alzheimer's and Dementia Educator
Serves to promote the development of an evidence base that demonstrates the value of self-care to the individual and to the healthcare system. The ISF shares its resources freely to all those interested in gaining knowledge and encouraging the adoption of fundamental self-care practices. The Seven Pillars of Self-Care recognize the various ways that the self-carer can take charge of their own health through both prevention and management of illness.
A gathering of experts in end of life care, Yoga, mindfulness, and holistic care to create a supportive space for caregivers to learn, reflect, and experience wellness tools that can be helpful during the end of life. Registration is free and by donation.
Houston Specific Resources
Dementia Day Program (Drop-in)
3735 Drexel Drive, Houston, TX 77027
Presented by Leslie Marchand, LCSW, RYTSoYoCo Wellness - email@example.com Caregiver Wellness Retreat - January 25, 2020. Developed from research by Pauline Boss, Ph.D. in her book: Loving Someone Who Has Dementia: How to find hope while coping with stress and grief
701 N. Post Oak Rd., Ste. 330 Houston, TX 77024
(713) 682-5995/201 | (443) 926-1063
CarePartners is a nonprofit, volunteer led organization that provides support, education, and resources for caregivers and quality care for those living with memory loss and other challenges of aging.
This wellness plan is designed to help you achieve more balance in your life as a caregiver and to identify when you may need to address your own personal needs.
Kathryn Watson Founder
Searching for senior care was a huge challenge I discovered. When my mother needed care and then my mother in law we didn’t know where to turn. We found an advisor who lived in another state. Needless to say she wasn’t much help. Find Houston Senior Care was born out of my desire to make life easier for caregivers like myself. I wanted a website where I could navigate easily and find the resources I needed. And I wanted to be able to contact companies directly.
Presented by Leslie Marchand, LCSW, RYTSoYoCo Wellness - firstname.lastname@example.org Caregiver Wellness Retreat - January 25, 2020
950 Gemini, Suite 6 Houston, Texas 77058
(281) 218-0880 Telephone (281) 938-1785 Fax
Helps families plan for the future, provide for their loved ones, and guide them through the unexpected. Additional office locations in the Galleria, Sugar Land, Katy, and Bay City.
A free community resource for caregivers, families and eldercare professionals. Local, family owned/operated, they annually assist over a million individuals navigate the challenges associated with aging
Calgary Specific Resources
Alzheimer’s Society Calgary has staff on hand to answer questions, offer emotional support and connection to resources, call (403)-290-0110
Kim Brundrit Dementia Network Calgary Coordinator
(403) 290-0110 ext 237
Dementia Network Calgary is a growing multi-stakeholder group of knowledgeable, capable, and passionate individuals from across public, private, and nonprofit sectors in Calgary and area that is taking a cross sector, collaborative approach to tackling the complex challenge of dementia.
Our mission is to help enrich the lives of our elders that we spend time with by providing compassionate care to those needing assistance and support in private homes, supportive living communities and long term care communities.
There are differences between retirement living and long term care. We’d like to help you understand them.
A grassroots group of people living with dementia and family caregivers who want to influence policy, inform program development and improve access to support and services.
A collaboration of health care, science, industry, not-for-profit and government partners whose aim is to help improve quality of life for the world’s aging population.
Dawn Ross: Bit By Bit Bodyworks
Santa Fe Resources
The Memory Care Alliance offers educational presentations on Alzheimer’s and dementia care related topics on almost each Tuesday of the month at 2:00 online. E-mail email@example.com.
Offers a respite voucher program that provides up to $500 per year, per person, to caregivers of those with dementia to use in paying a respite provider. They also offer a one-time emergency respite $1,000 voucher program. Contact at (505) 266-4473
Toll-free in NM 800-432-2080 | TTY (505) 476-4937 | Santa Fe (505) 476-4846
Serves all New Mexico counties, except Bernalillo
Founded in 1976 by members of the National Tribal Chairmen’s Association focused on the needs of aging American Indian and Alaska Native elders. The mission of NICOA is to advocate for improved comprehensive health, social services and economic wellbeing for American Indian and Alaska Native elders.
Serves the Navajo Nation (928) 871-6868
Provides education and support for family caregivers of people with chronic illness. The program teaches stress management strategies and ways to cope better with the stresses of being a caregiver.
Jytte Fogh Lokvig, Ph.D. Certified Alzheimer's and Dementia Educator