More than a Specialized Memory Care “Living" Neighborhoods designed to provide those with Alzheimer’s disease and other related forms of dementia with residential care, Clarity Pointe is a resource for families. Offering guidance, information, support and education, we will help you understand and cope with the challenges of memory loss, and teach you ways to move forward with your loved one, making the most of every moment.
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer’s Association is the largest private, not-for-profit supporter of Alzheimer’s disease research. This organization provides information about the disease, as well as useful resources and supportive programs to help individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, their families and caregivers cope with and understand the disease. The Alzheimer’s Association also offers information about research advances, publications and events.
“Helping more people today than we did yesterday,” AFA brings together over 2,300 member organizations from across the country that are dedicated to meeting the educational, social, emotional and practical needs of individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related illnesses, their caregivers and families.
An initiative of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA), the National Memory Screening Program (NMSP) lists free, confidential memory screenings offered by local organizations throughout the year. The goal of NMSP is to encourage early detection for those concerned about memory loss, as well as to educate the public about successful aging in order to alleviate the stigmas and fears surrounding Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
A foundation created by Leeza Gibbons, Leeza’s Care Connection is “ a place where caregivers come together to be stronger, more resilient and grounded.” It is filled with valuable, helpful information for family caregivers to help them develop a skillset to handle their role; insight and inspiration to carry them through challenging times; and solutions and ideas to help ease their journey.
A website created by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, Alzheimer’s Prevention is rich with information about Alzheimer’s disease, prevention, symptoms, early detection, nutrition, exercise and more. It is a truly valuable site for caregivers, families and those who wish to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease.
This site has information on everything senior care related – retirement living, continuing care retirement communities, Alzheimer’s care, assisted living, independent living, home care, dementia care, nursing homes, respite/adult day care and so many more senior living resources. Articles on health, travel and more are also provided.
When it comes to paying for senior care, you have a variety of options, from personal funds and private financing such as long-term care insurance, to Veterans Benefits, and more.
The Department of Veterans Affairs benefits are available to eligible, qualified veterans and their spouses to pay for senior care.
Life insurance policies may be a financial solution for funding your move to a Clarity Pointe community. In addition, you will receive a complimentary review of your long-term care policy to help you better understand it.
In the United States, over one million seniors live in Assisted Living and Memory Care Assisted Living communities. Many of them pay their monthly fees with their own resources, but there are tax benefits available. Some or all of the costs of Assisted Living and Alzheimer's care may be tax deductible.