Thank you for supporting our mission during these difficult times.
Volunteers and our 1-800-DEMENTIA info line are ready to help you with Dementia educational information and resources.
In accordance with current guidelines and exemptions, our volunteers are permitted to continue helping others across the US/Canada. We are capable of doing all of our work remotely, have disaster recovery plans in place, and yes, we are practicing good hygiene and social distancing.
Notice: the Dementia Society of America cannot provide specific medical advice. Always contact your health professional to get personalized advice that is tailored to you or your loved one's needs and health conditions.
We have gathered meaningful, relevant, and timely information about actions to take now. Click on any underlined link to learn more specific details:
Finally, the Dementia Society of America (DSA) is guided by local, state, and national health governmental agencies/organizations directives. We are encouraging virtual meetings and/or other effective methods of non-physical contact communications. All DSA volunteers are asked to get clearance from the home office for any DSA projects/events planned within the next 90 days. If in doubt, please err on the side of caution.
Reviewed and Revised 4-5-20, 2:28 PM ET.