Alzheimer's Helpline: Alzheimer's Support

Alzheimer's disease is a brain disease that progressively damages memory and cognitive abilities. Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's can be very challenging, and in some cases, can even cause the caregiver to develop emotional distress and mental health issues. Alzheimer's causes family members or friends struggling to help with Alzheimer's feel like they fell into a bottomless pit.

The Caregiver Hub is open for all people and family caregivers that are dealing with the constant challenges Alzheimer's brings, and it is entirely free for everyone. The The Caregiver Hub service provides online tools for members to share information and support with actual people who face the same everyday experiences and challenges.

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I am an experienced caregiver who would be happy to help anyone in the difficult journey for caring for someone with Alzheimer's,
I care(d) a total of 8 years for a female
I dealt with a client with Alzheimer's. My duties were to take him out for walks, help him in the restroom, eating and medication
I care(d) a total of 7 years for a male
I learned a great deal from our families experience with my grandmother and am always open to sharing, being a resource and support for those going through and living with this horrible disease.
I care(d) a total of 6 years for a female
cared for grandfather with alzheimers
I care(d) a total of 1 year for a male
Helped take care of my grandma while she had Alzheimer’s
I care(d) a total of 2 years for a female
I worked at a memory care center and would be happy to chat if it will help.
Caregiver to 2 with Alzheimer's
I care(d) a total of 3 years for a female
I took care of my father for 4.5 years after my mother passed away. He steadily got worse but my goal was to keep him in his home as long as possible. I moved in with him and incorporated other help to try to keep him at home.
I care(d) a total of 4 years for a male
My grandmother had Alzheimer's and I spent a lot of time with her towards the end of her life and am happy to talk about the journey.
I care(d) a total of 1 year for a female
I have years of experience I can share if it will help.
I care(d) a total of 7 years for a malefemale