Alzheimer’s Foundation of America

Foundation of America

Fact Sheets & Information

Education is vital to facilitating meaningful living for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers. Our licensed social workers have developed these educational materials to provide tips and strategies that caregivers can incorporate into their routines.

AFA’s National Toll-Free Helpline is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (ET) seven days a week to answer questions and provide referrals to local resources. Connect by calling 866-232-8484 or live chat by clicking the blue icon in the lower right hand corner of the page.

About Dementia View
What is Alzheimer’s disease? View
Dementia Warning Signs View
10 Tips for Managing Stress View
Driving and Dementia View
Eating Tips View
End Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease View
Falls Prevention View
Getting Help with Caregiving – You Are Not Alone View
Getting the Most Out of a Family Meeting View
Incontinence View
Mild Cognitive Impairment View
Newly Diagnosed-Now What? View
Role Changes in Young-Onset Alzheimer’s View
Seeing a Speech Pathologist? View
Sleep View
Therapeutic Activities for 3 Main Stages of Alzheimer’s disease View
Tips for Managing Caregiver Stress View
Tips For Speaking About Memory Changes View
Tips for Traveling View
Understanding Behaviors as Forms of Communication View
Working Together as Part of a Care Team View
Language Tips View
Care Transitions View
Understanding the Differences Between Palliative and Hospice Care View
Advance Directives View
Tips to Assist With Dressing View
Wandering View