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Alzheimer’s Association

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This association helps you find resources if you have Alzheimer's disease, or if you care for someone with Alzheimer's disease. These resources include: 

  • Brochures, videotapes, and other resources 
  • Local telephone helplines and a national 24/7 helpline 
  • Local groups and programs to support you, family and caregivers 
  • Help for people with Alzheimer’s disease who wander and get lost

Where can I find a local Alzheimer’s Association?

You can use this map to find an association in your area, or call the helpline at 800-272-3900.

 

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Get Help from a Benefits Enrollment Center

Start Enrollment or Ask Questions

A Benefits Enrollment Center (BEC) can offer you personal, one-on-one assistance as you navigate program eligibility and look to apply. With support from the National Council on Aging (NCOA), the BEC can help you apply for an enroll in all of the benefits you may be missing out on.

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Toll-Free: 1-800-794-6559

Website: support@benefitscheckup.org

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