Dementia Resources and Support
Even when memory fades, hope doesn’t.
There are plenty of options to help your loved one find meaning, purpose, and happiness in their daily life, even when their cognitive and physical abilities decline. Structured communities like Belmont Village blend ongoing mental stimulation, socialization and expert care to help your loved one make the most of every day—and help you find the support you need as a caregiver.
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A dementia diagnosis for someone you love can be life-changing. But a diagnosis doesn’t mean it’s time to lose hope—quite the opposite. There are plenty of resources for people living with dementia, their families, and caregivers. No matter how isolating this diagnosis can feel, remember that you are never alone.
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Dementia Resources and Support Library
The following resources are for dementia caregivers and family members of people living with dementia.
- How Nutrition & Dining Affect Brain Health
- 4 Benefits of Community Living for Seniors
- 6 Engaging Activities for Loved Ones in Dementia Care
- Healthy Brain, Healthy Aging
- Helpful Tips for Families Facing Dementia
- Managing Marriage and Mild Cognitive Impairment
- Navigating the Holidays and Memory Loss
- Six Tips to Mitigate Cognitive Decline Without Meds
- Coping with Caregiving Guilt and Grief
- Successful Aging Along the Continuum of Dementia Care
- The Impact of Dementia and Alzheimer’s on Women
- What is Parkinson’s Disease?
- When is it Time for Assisted Living?
Respite Care and Caregiver Support Services
To see if a dementia-friendly support group or other support programs are available in your area, please contact your local Belmont Village community or explore other long-term care community resources in your area.
Knowledge is power. Learn more about this condition.
- Our free webinars to help you learn more about living with this condition or caring for an older adult who does.
- CDC dementia fact sheets to learn more about this disease and how to prepare for an emergency.
- Institute of Aging’s fact sheets to learn about the different forms of dementia, such as Lewy body dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and frontotemporal dementia.
The following associations and organizations offer plenty of free caregiver resources, including support groups and educational materials.