Alzheimer’s Orange County’s Impact in 2018

Over 84,000 people in Orange County are affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. We are so proud of our client, Alzheimer’s Orange County, and the amazing impact they made in 2018 through their many services and programs…

Community Education – 22,221 people attended over 571 of Alzheimer’s Orange County’s classes, programs, and other educational events.

Adult Day Centers – Alzheimer’s Orange County’s two adult day centers served 340 clients.

Support Groups 3,670 caregivers found strength, hope and compassion through Alzheimer’s Orange County’s 40 support groups.

Telephone Helpline – Alzheimer’s Orange County helped over 6,773 residents who dialed in seeking information, support, advice and referrals.

Memory Screenings – Alzheimer’s Orange County conducted over 293 free memory screenings.

Research & Clinical Trials – In partnership with UCI MIND, Alzheimer’s Orange County held their 29th Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference where they educated 387 attendees on the importance of clinical trials.

Cultural & Art Programs – Alzheimer’s Orange County provided meaningful ways for 2,838 people with early memory loss stimulate their memories through multi-sensory experiences.

Family Care Consultations: 2,060 families met with Alzheimer’s Orange County’s licensed social workers to discuss personalized plans on how to prepare for the next steps in a dementia diagnosis.

Multicultural Programs – Alzheimer’s Orange County continued to deepen our reach in Orange County’s Vietnamese and Latino communities, providing culturally-tailored programs to these populations.

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