Alzheimer’s Network Program and Services

All too often they are not prepared nor do they have an outlet to help them cope with the progressive loss of their loved one.

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive degenerative disease that not only affects the individual with loss of memory and cognitive abilities, but it also creates stress and significant hardships on the family who are often caregivers for their loved ones. As Alzheimer’s worsens over time, going from early stages to advanced, the responsibilities of the caregiver grow as well. All too often they are not prepared nor do they have an outlet to help them cope with the progressive loss of their loved one.

At Alzheimer’s Network of Oregon our vision is to help create an enlightened and empowered community where no one walks alone. Our mission is to provide compassionate support, education and outreach to those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias.

Alzheimers Network of Oregon Adult Day Center

The Adult Day Respite Center will provide a place for individuals with dementia who are living at home to engage in social and life enrichment activities in a warm, home-like setting. These services will also help provide respite to caregiver and family members taking care of loved ones with dementia in their home.

Hours- Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.

Our other programs and services include:

Music and Memory iPod program

Alzheimer’s Network is proud to be able to offer the Music and Memory program to individuals. We know that music has the power to positively influence those with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Music creates moments for these individuals that elicit a positive interaction or emotions that facilitate cognitive function and stimulation.

Music Therapy

Our music therapy classes actively involve individuals in playing instruments and singing. Through their participation, they engage, laugh, sing and have fun.

Memory Screenings

We offer private memory screenings for individuals that are interested. The results are private and given to the individual to share with their Physician if warranted. It is not a diagnosis but merely a tool to be used to discuss with your clinician if you have other concerns.

Monthly Support Groups

Alzheimer’s Network offers monthly support groups for caregivers to meet with others that are in similar circumstances.

We also offer educational classes, care navigation, and referral serervices for caregivers, health care professionals, and others that are interested.

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