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default African Americans Against Alzheimer's

us against alzheimers

AfricanAmericansAgainstAlzheimer’s is the nation’s first organization dedicated to building a coordinated national response to eliminate and address Alzheimer’s disease (AD) among African Americans. The fourth leading cause of death for older African Americans, AD has a disparate impact on African Americans.

The mission is to:

  • Prevent, educate, test, treat, and support individuals in communities of color that have been or will be highly impacted by AD.
  • Promote brain health and healthy aging among all peoples and especially members of the black community.
  • Find a cure or a way to slow, halt ,or stop the progression of Alzheimer’s and its disparate generational impact on African American families.

document Area Agency on Aging Locator: Pennsylvania Department of Aging

Find Help - Kennett Area Senior Center

Your local Area Agency on Aging will put you into contact with the programs and services in your area. This Locator Tool allows you to select your county from the drop-down menu to find contact information for the Area Agency on Aging serving your local area.

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Dementia Friendly America

The resources listed are designed to support work being undertaken within dementia friendly community initiatives by all sectors and individuals and come from a wide variety of sources.

Sectors represented: Airports, Arts and Cultural Activities, Businesses, Clinical Tools, Disaster Planning, Environment, Faith Communities, First Responders, Health Care and Hospitals, Housing, Transportation and Youth/University Partners.

default Dementia Friends Rooms Experience offered by the International Association on Indigenous Aging

News Release: IA2 is now a National Dementia Friends Sub-licensee for American  Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Communities - International Association for  Indigenous AgingInternational Association for Indigenous Aging is New Dementia Friends  Sublicensee — Dementia Friendly America

An interactive experience that allows you to click on images to learn about challenges with dementia in common scenarios along with tips on how to help those in the community.

Additional resources on brain health, Dementia Friends, and healthy aging are available. IA2 is a nonprofit focused on improving the health and well-being of American Indians, Alaska Natives and other indigenous people as they move through the aging spectrum.

document Dementia Society of America


Dementia Society of America® (DSA) is the nation’s leading volunteer-driven all-Dementias awareness organization. DSA provides an information hotline (1-800-DEMENTIA), many online resources, and an easy-to-use, web-based locator, which can help families and individuals find valuable support near to them.

Additional resources and programs include: Aware and Share Cards to use when in the community, The Big Umbrella: A guide to make available to patrons, and Operation KeepSafe. DSA offers no-cost / low-cost, basic medical ID kits to anyone living with Minor Cognitive Impairment or Dementia and their carers throughout the US/Canada, regardless of their ability to pay.

default Latino's Against Alzheimer's

us against alzheimers

LatinosAgainstAlzheimer’s marshalls resources and action to address the growing impact of Alzheimer’s and dementia on our nation’s 55 million Latino families. Through a network of cross-sector stakeholders, LatinosAgainstAlzheimer’s spearheads strategic convening and coalition building, legislative advocacy, and culturally tailored education and brain health promotion efforts across the country.

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A variety of resources are available including:

-Communication cards: The Communication Cards depict a wide range of daily activities and situations and can be used to prompt discussion, assist with directions, or clarify needs, etc.

- Interpreter Cards: Multilingual wallet-sized cards to assist people with requesting interpreter services.

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The National Asian Pacific Center on Aging is Hiring! SCSEP Project  Director – Seattle, WA | Diverse Elders Coalition

NAPCA offers action briefs for community- based organizations working to educate and empower AAPI communities about dementia.

document National Institute on Aging: Order Free Publications and Materials

National Institute on Aging

Welcome to NIA's publications ordering site! Here you can order and download free publications about healthy aging and age-related diseases and conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

You can order and download online, call the NIA Information Center at 800-222-2225, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for help in English and Spanish.

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Find Help - Kennett Area Senior Center

The Pennsylvania Department of Aging works to ensure that older adults across Pennsylvania have access to quality services and supports that help them age and live well.

The department provides a wide array of services and programs intended to help older Pennsylvanians live and thrive in their homes and communities for as long as possible. These services include home-delivered and congregate meals, caregiver support, health and wellness services, personal assistance, senior community centers, Medicare enrollment counseling, transportation, job training, elder abuse prevention, PACE prescription assistance and more.

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The PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources is PA's effort designed to help persons with disabilities and seniors find information that will connect them to supports and services in their community. There is no charge for information and assistance provided by any PA Link or PA Link partner agency.

Call the PA Link to Aging and Disability Resource Center Toll-Free Helpline: 1-800-753-8827

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Purple Table Reservations

As a Purple Table reservation restaurant, you are providing customers who are living with Dementia (Alzheimer’s Disease), Autism, PTSD, a hearing or vision impairment, or other physical or cognitive condition that would benefit from additional accommodations when dining out.
The Purple Table reservation flag is designed to integrate with your existing reservation software, and Purple Table training documents will help you get started.

default SAGE

Advocacy & Services for LGBTQ+ Elders

SAGE is a national advocacy and services organization for LGBT elders. Sage offers a multitude of services and supports including:
• Advocacy for LGBT Elders
• HIV & Aging Policy Action Coalition (HAPAC)
• National Resource Center on LGBT Aging, including resources related to dementia
• SAGE Hotline- 1-877-360-LGBT(5428). The SAGE LGBTQ+ Elder Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in English and Spanish, with translation in 180 languages.