Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care

Getting Started

If you’re caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia, you know this can be a difficult road. These diseases can affect families and caregivers physically, emotionally and mentally.

Help is here for you. We understand the extraordinary amount of patience and skills you need to be an effective caregiver. And we know the more you take care of yourself, the better you can care for your family member.

Learn how we help by getting started.

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Who We Are

Hope Dementia & Alzheimer’s Services provides compassionate, expert, clinical support for people in Massachusetts who are caring for a loved one with dementia. We also offer dementia training and continuing education for family and professional caregivers.

We are a non-profit organization, part of the HopeHealth family of services.

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“I can’t say enough about this support group”

Connie Murphy was having a hard time caring for her husband after he was diagnosed with vascular dementia. But things got easier when she started attending the caregiver support group run by Hope Dementia & Alzheimer’s Services.

“From the moment I walked in that room, I knew I was in the right place,” she explains.

Watch Connie’s story.

The dementia care plan: helping your family today and long-term

by Suzanne Faith, RN Psych A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating reality for so many families. There is currently no cure, and the stress that comes with full-time caregiving can be staggering. Family caregivers often wonder about things like: What will I do if something happens to me? How much does home care cost? What if I don’t...

“I can sleep better knowing my wife is safe and being well cared for. With the hospice nurse and aide, she’s more comfortable because her personal needs are being met. I also appreciate having the hospice nurse as a resource to give me another medical opinion when I need to make decisions.”

— Charles Conway, Hope Dementia & Alzheimer’s Services family caregiver

How We Help

Telephone Help Line

Care Planning

Caregiver Education Series

Caregiver Support Groups

Respite Grants

Ongoing Family Support and Counseling

Referrals to Other Agencies

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Joined in Care Dementia Program

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Alzheimer’s Care Management Certificate (three courses)

Annual Dementia and Alzheimer’s Conference

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How can we help your family?

Contact us at (508) 775-5656 or Info@HopeDementia.org.

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