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Alzheimer's Association Resource Guides

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The Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Indiana has Resource Guides available for many Indiana communities.  They are essentially to assist caregivers in finding community resources.  However, for Social Service staff, it can also be a quick go-to guide when you need to find information for your residents regarding local transportation, legal assistance, meal delivery, neurologists, etc.  Staff or family members can order them free or download a copy through the Alzheimer’s Association by following this link.  Consider sharing the link or a copy of the guide with residents’ family members who might be struggling with a new Alzheimer’s diagnosis or attempting to cope with the transition to facility placement.  Need assistance with easy organization of your Social Service department’s community resources list?  Contact SHC and we’ll schedule a visit to assist your facility with improving Quality of Life services.

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