Facing unprecedented circumstances, what do you do?
For many, it's tempting just to put their heads in the sand.
There's already so much happening in the world, in our homes and our family lives, and just one more thing can seem impossible for many people.
If you're living with or supporting a cognitive impairment like Alzheimer's or another dementia, then you're already living in unprecedented times.
But, you're not putting your head in the sand, you're looking for help, for resources.
You're right to do so, and you're in the right place.
We welcome with people like you – individuals who are facing or supporting one of the most significant challenges our generation has ever met. When you're living with a dementia diagnosis, there isn't time to face another challenge, and yet, you do.
You want to live as normally as possible for as long as possible. Who doesn't? But, too often, you're told you shouldn't even try.
We know better.
We know you're made of more. So are your loved ones.
Since we work with heroes like you, we have to do the same thing you do: face what's ahead and plan.
We are here to help you thrive.
Here you'll find the resources to do just that.
In response to the new coronavirus and the call by our government and health advisors to physically distance and withdraw from the community that supports us, we have identified three critical problems you're facing. Here are our solutions: