The Alzheimer's Association Orange County Chapter provides a 24-hour telephone helpline offering practical and emotional support to callers by answering questions about Alzheimer's disease, assisting with challenges faced by caregivers, and giving referrals for community resources. We offer a family orientation program several times a month that provides an overview of the illness, services and support for families who have recently received the Alzheimer's diagnosis.
The Alzheimer's Association Orange County offers a variety of educational programs targeted at specific audiences - care giving professionals, individuals with the disease and their families, and the general public - as well as customized speaking engagements upon request. The Chapter has professional care consultants on staff to support families who need more then the helpline can provide. We offer more then 40 free support groups to connect caregivers and share experience and useful information with each other. Our multicultural program offers support to many in the Orange County community by providing support to resources in Spanish and Vietnamese, as well as many others.
Our Promise: We can help. You can help. There is no cure for this devastating disease yet. But there is hope.
Thanks to the generous support of individuals, the Chapter is able to provide all of its services at no charge to the public. Please visit our website at www.alzoc.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. 1-800-272-3900 - 24/7 helpline.