Alzheimer’s Association shifts services online to better assist clientele

The Alzheimer’s Association is still available to help during the pandemic, offering virtual group sessions, free educational resources, and consultations.

News 12 Staff

Apr 16, 2020, 6:16 PM

Updated 1,502 days ago

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The Alzheimer’s Association is still available to help during the pandemic, offering virtual group sessions, free educational resources, and consultations.
"I think it's just really key for people to know that we're here. We're providing everything that we've always provided, just in a different format. Please reach out to us so they can get connected and to get that support...” says Meg Boyce, of Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley.
The organization is also offering tips for families, such as how to stay connected with loved ones suffering from dementia or Alzheimer's.
For further information, visit the nonprofit's website Alzheimer's Association - Hudson Valley.
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