For more information on the Kansas Bridge Project, contact Michelle Niedens at [email protected] 800.272.3900.
Back to top RDAD-KC is an in-home support program that works with caregivers of individuals who have moderate to severe dementia or intellectual/developmental disabilities.
The Safe Return program coordinates information on program participants, caregivers, and emergency personnel in order to provide a system to enable others to locate, identify and return missing persons with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders who wander and become lost. Back to top Trial Match is a free service that makes it easy for individuals with Alzheimer's, caregivers, families and physicians to locate clinical trials based on personal criteria (diagnosis, stage of disease) and location. More than 250 research studies pertaining to Alzheimer's disease and related dementias are underway and volunteers for these studies are needed.
Trial Match lets you search these trials quickly and easily.
Call us if you have questions about: You can also call us for emotional support –– as often as you need.
Once there, click on ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION PROGRAMS AND EVENTS, and then in the drop down menu, click SUPPORT GROUP Back to top The Breakfast Clubs are hometown support experiences where people share food and gather in a safe environment to discuss their experiences. Trenton, MOBrenda Gregg816.364.44671st Wednesday of the month at a.m.Back to top Medic Alert Safe Return Medic Alert Safe Return is a national patient registry for the memory impaired.This program was developed by the Alzheimer's Association to respond to the problem of wandering.In addition to these resources, the Chapter offers individual Information Sheets (free of charge) on common topics of discussion.For access to downloadable pdf files of the individual Information Sheets, or a pdf of an Information Packet with the most requested Information Sheets, click on the links below.Home Areas We Serve For You, the Person With Alzheimer's For Families and Care Partners Support Groups Resource Library Professional Training Calendar of Events Walk to End Alzheimer's Fundraising Events Donate Volunteer Sponsorship Opportunities Advocate About Our Chapter Contact Us We offer many programs, services, and educational programs for individuals with memory loss and their families as well as care partners and community members. The Alzheimer's Association Helpline operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in 140 languages (800.272.3900).