Alzheimer's Arkansas

CARING FOR CAREGIVERS

Alzheimer’s Arkansas Programs and Services was first incorporated in 1984 as the “Alzheimer’s Support Group of Central Arkansas,” with the purpose of providing information and support to persons with dementia and their caregivers. Later, the group of volunteer leaders joined the national Alzheimer’s Association. In 2002, the Board of Directors elected to disaffiliate from the national association to become Alzheimer’s Arkansas Programs and Services.

Our mission is to help family caregivers in Arkansas whose loved ones are affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

Alzheimer’s Arkansas is an independent nonprofit organization. Our volunteer Board of Directors is composed of local community members, our services are free, and our funds are spent ONLY in Arkansas.

While our office is located in Little Rock, we travel all across the state to reach families who need our information and support.

Alzheimer's Arkansas Building

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

  • Toll-free 24-hour telephone support for caregivers
  • Support groups
  • Caregiver education sessions
  • In-service training for professional caregivers
  • Community awareness presentations
  • Financial assistance for caregivers
  • A lending library of printed and video materials
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EDUCATION

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SUPPORT

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FINANCIAL AID

Apply for a caregiver grant today.

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Education Programs presented by The Opal Alzheimer’s Education Fund

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OUR MISSION

To help family caregivers in Arkansas whose loved ones are affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

OUR VISION

Family caregivers in Arkansas are confidently prepared to care for themselves and their loved ones affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

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