Tips on spiritually engaging people living with dementia, supporting the families of people living with dementia, and additional national resources.
The Alter program's mission is to inspire and equip faith-based organizations anchored in African American communities to better support families affected by dementia and transform faith communities into Alter Champions. Alter is your trusted guide through your dementia-friendly journey.
The Faith United Against Alzheimer’s Coalition is a diverse, interfaith national coalition of clergy, faith leaders, laity and faith-based organizations advocating for dementia friendly faith communities across the country and demanding action to stop Alzheimer's.
Resources include a dementia friendly faith communities guide, dementia friendly worship guide, stories, and updates.
The Balm In Gilead’s National Brain Health Center for African Americans (NBHCAA), is the new home for The Book of Alzheimer’s for African American Congregations, Memory Sunday and all related materials. The National Brain Health Center for African Americans (NBHCAA) is a training institute and online resource center designed to raise awareness of the issues of cognitive health among African Americans by working through existing networks of faith-based health awareness ministries/programs and by establishing new collaborations with academic institutions and organizations such as the National Black Nurses Association, National Medical Association, AARP and others.