Community Education Requests

Thank you for your interest in helping raise awareness of memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s in your local community.  The Dallas and Northeast Texas Chapter believes that knowledge is power.  With a network of local chapters across the country, we provide free education to the community at locations such as libraries, hospitals, businesses, community centers and more. Your audience can learn about the signs, symptoms, causes, treatment and care strategies as well as local resources and support for people living with memory loss, Alzheimer's disease or dementia and their care partners.

Help us expand the reach of our community education by hosting one of our core presentations which may be available in your area:

  • 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s
  • Understanding Alzheimer’s & Dementia
  • Healthy Living for Your Brain & Body: Tips from the Latest Research
  • Effective Communication Strategies
  • Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimer's Disease
  • Living with Alzheimer's
  • Understanding and Responding to Dementia-Related Behavior
  • Dementia Conversations

 

What You'll Get From Us

  • A knowledgeable speaker
  • Online registration for audience members
  • Promotional materials
  • Day-of materials to distribute
  • All of the above provided at no cost to you

 

What We'll Need From You

  • A quiet, safe, and confidential location with dedicated seating for each individual
  • A minimum attendance of at least 15 people
  • A commitment to make the program open to the public (if location is accessible)
  • A commitment to promote the program to your local network and contacts
  • Technology for the presentation (such as access to a computer, projector, and speakers)
  • 4 - 6 weeks advance notice

 

In the Information/Request box, please provide additional details on #1-#4.

  1. The presentation (listed above) that you prefer
  2. Description of your audience (caregivers, general public, community members)
  3. Date and time of the program
  4. Address of the program

 

Note: the Alzheimer's Association offers advanced education through a variety of learning mechanisms for professional care providers, healthcare professionals, first responders, researchers and public health officials. Please visit https://alz.org/professionals for information about that type of education.

 







 




    

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