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AAA advocates, plans, coordinates, develops and delivers services for adults aged 60+. Provides information, assistance and connects people with meals, transportation, care and additional resources for residents of Maricopa County, Arizona. 602-264-HELP (4357) or Toll Free at 888-264-2258

The Alzheimer’s Association serves people with memory loss, caregivers, healthcare professionals and concerned friends/family. They provide referrals to local community programs and services, dementia related education, crisis assistance and emotional support. 24/7 HELPLINE: 800-272-3900

Led by internationally renowned memory disorder and dementia specialists, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute provides exceptional care for people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia. The team also leads dementia-related research and clinical trials. They understand that cognitive concerns profoundly impact family and friends and offer caregivers outstanding support programs and learning opportunities. 602-839-6900.

Dementia Untangled podcast:

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Since 1986, Banner Sun Health Research Institute has been a leader nationally and internationally in the effort to find answers to disorders of aging including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. These research endeavors are integrated with expert outpatient clinical care, Family and Community Services, observational and clinical trials, and the study of healthy aging.
623-832-6500, Brain Health Check-in: 623-832-5747

Do you need help for a loved one with dementia / Alzheimer's? Benevilla is here for you. Our specialists will guide you to one of our three Adult Life Enrichment Day Programs, free caregiver support groups, free home services or one of our vetted C.A.R.E.S. Partners - local businesses and community organizations that support the Benevilla mission and can help you in your time of need. Start with a call to our free C.A.R.E.S. Resource Program. 623.584.4999

DFA is a national network of communities, organizations and individuals 
seeking to ensure that communities across the U.S. are equipped to support people living with dementia and their caregivers. Dementia friendly communities foster the ability of people living with dementia to remain in community and engage and thrive in day-to-day living.


A Dementia Friend learns about dementia and then turns that understanding 
into action. We all have a part to play in creating dementia friendly communities!

FSL enhances independence for Arizonans in need with our affordable housing 
and community-based health and wellness programs, including care coordination, community resource navigation, home health care, and education and support services for family caregivers. Our ReCreaci n day centers offer specialized programming for adults facing neurological and physical challenges in a safe and supportive environment. 602-285-1800


To find out about Dementia Friendly Glendale, call our partners at 
Inspira Arrowhead. A Premier Modern Aging Company - A community for people 62+ offering Independent & Assisted Living, and Residential Memory Care located at 20240 N. 78th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85308 623-235-6400

 Cargivers Guide Link

Like most people, you want a safe environment for your family members. It’s a foundational desire. But when someone in the family needs help to perform basic tasks such as feeding themselves and bathing, you must deal with a host of new challenges. Our experts created this home safety guide for people with disabilities, their family members, and caregivers.

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Life Care Planning is an important task for all of us, whether young or old, healthy or facing challenges. Through increased awareness and access to information, Arizonans of all ages can make their choices known about who will manage their medical affairs in the event of an emergency.

The Attorney General's Office coordinates TASA (Task Force Against Senior Abuse), an advisory board comprised of leadership from the public and private sector that works to enhance the safety and welfare of Arizona senior citizens. It was formed to advise the Attorney General and members in matters related to abuse and exploitation that concern the State’s senior citizens, and encourage community alliances to combat these issues.