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Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resources in Madison

Adjusting to, and coping with, an Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis often requires outside support for both the affected person and his or her loved ones. As dementia progresses, patients require ever-escalating levels of supervision and assistance to get though the basic activities of daily life. Madison, Wisconsin residents living with or caring for someone with dementia have access to a number of local resources:

  • Support Groups: These groups provide a safe place for caregivers and patients to discuss issues, exchange information, develop coping strategies and just enjoy each other’s companionship.
  • Clinical Services: From specialized treatment clinics to therapists and care managers, a wide range of professionals provide expert care for those with dementia and their families.
  • Caregiver Relief: In-home assistance, adult day programs and respite care can help caregivers avoid burnout and attend to responsibilities outside of caregiving..

For more information about specific activities for Madison seniors, see below.

Alzheimer's Association South Central Wisconsin

Alzheimer's Association South Central Wisconsin
The South Central Wisconsin chapter of the Alzheimer's Association serves nine counties in Wisconsin. We provide reliable information and care consultation; create supportive services for families; increase funding for dementia research; and influence public policy changes.
(608) 203-8500

Alzheimer's Support Center

The Alzheimer's Support Center provides supportive and educational services for patients and families living with Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias. Staff are there to provide a listening ear and are interested in helping to provide support for the caregivers as well as the individuals diagnosed with an irreversible dementia.
(608) 314-8500
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