The International Caregivers Association supports and advocates compassionate, educated, and unified standards for Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease caregiving.  Moving in Nurturing Directions in Memory Care.  Cindy Keith, RN, BS, Certified Dementia Practitioner.  Family consultations for all dementia types, facility staff training, seminars and public speaking.

Alzheimer’s Speaks is one stop shopping for your Global Dementia Care needs.  Go to:

Based on the personal experience of Dr. Ethelle G. Lord, Founder and President of Remembering 4 You, this booklet was designed to be a snapshot of important information for healthcare providers, legal professionals, families, and anyone else who encounters Alzheimer’s.




DementiaDoctor in the UK: Access to one of the UK’s leading Dementia Consultants – all things from clinical input and support to advice on environments and investing in care facility portfolios. Please visit the website for further information and direct contact details.

Sedona Sunrise Adult CenterDesigned to provide a welcoming, safe environment for seniors and adults with disabilities during the day.  110 Indian Cliffs Road, Sedona, Arizona.  Phone:  (928) 282-8969

ReVitalyz provides occupational activity training for health and social care.

SrSupportSolutions offers geriatric care management services that enhances the relationships between you, your loved one, and the services they require.  Their expertise guides you through the complex processes of elder care, allowing your time with your loved one to be quality time.

Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation is led by Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.  The mission of the ARPF is to reduce the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease by conducting clinical research and providing educational outreach.  For almost 20 years, the ARPF has been on the leading edge by researching, advocating, and educating about a holistic approach to preventing memory loss and Alzheimer’s.

Dementia Tas is located in Tasmania, Australia, and provides training and mentoring to carers, support workers, families and friends of people who are experiencing dementia related cognitive changes.