More than 25,000 people in Middle and East Tennessee have Alzheimer's disease and struggle with memory loss, problems with language, and loss of interest in life events. Alzheimer's Tennessee is dedicated to serving those with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and their care partners. With your help we can offer hope to those dealing with this disease through several programs and services including the following:
HelpLine Telephone Assistance
Howard Circle of Friends Adult Day Services Program
Helping Hands Resource and Clergy Training
Annual Research Symposium
Connecting Individuals to Area Clinical Trials
Local, State and Federal Advocacy
You can ensure that current programs and services are funded, as well as newly proposed programs that enable primary care physicians to connect with families earlier in their journey with Alzheimer's.
I would like to ask you to consider making a gift that will help make a difference in the lives of those living with Alzheimer's and related dementias. None of us should have to face this disease alone. Let's make sure nobody does.