Where There is Help, There is Hope

Dementia-Specific Services & Education

Alzheimer’s Community Care has provided community-based, family-centered care for more than 25 years to thousands of families in Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties.

2023 Education Conference

We invite you to our 24th Education Conference.

  • In collaboration with the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center, we will award 6.0 CME for Medical Doctors.
  • National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners CEU approved.


Alzheimer's Community Care 2022 Annual Meeting


Is It Time to Focus on Preventive Strategies for Alzheimer’s Disease, and Advocacy for Standard, Routine Cognitive Screening?


Alzheimer's Community Care Obtains Reaccreditation by The Joint Commission


Alzheimer's Community Care Provides Continuing Education Programs

About Alzheimer's Community Care

Alzheimer’s Community Care is dedicated to promoting and providing community-based, family-centered care for patients and their caregivers living with neurocognitive disorders, through the belief, where there is help, there is hope.

Advocacy & Community Outreach

Over the years, the Organization has been the driving force in advocating and establishing much needed legislation in the state of Florida.

Our Services

Family Nurse Navigators

Our Family Nurse Navigators provide caregivers with the support, tools, and resources needed to continue providing home-based care for their loved ones.

24-Hour Crisis Line

We provide caregivers with understanding and guidance that can help them throughout the many stages of Alzheimer’s disease and other related neurocognitive disorders.

CEU Courses

Our Education Department provides the latest education on Alzheimer’s disease and related neurocognitive disorders for patients, caregivers, staff, law enforcement, students of health professions and community health care partners. We also strive to monitor, support and promote the Organization’s accredited model for specialized, disease-specific care.

Cognition the 6th Vital Sign

Alzheimer’s disease is the most prevalent irreversible neurocognitive disorder. It is currently recognized as the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and fifth leading cause for those over age sixty-five. Taking a brain health assessment as routinely as a blood pressure reading could identify changes in cognitive function and promote early intervention.

Recent News


Vulnerabilities of Cognitively Impaired Patients in Acute and Post-Acute Care Settings

All patients are vulnerable to a variety of complications during…

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June 5, 2023


The Risks in Underestimating Prediabetes, the Opportunities to Grasp

Many people have undiagnosed diabetes, and many are not familiar…

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June 5, 2023


Managing Alzheimer’s Disease as a Chronic Illness: Reaching and Honoring the Person Within

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of irreversible, progressive…

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June 5, 2023


Delirium: Still Elusive After All These Years?

Despite copious research, delirium is underdiagnosed in the hospital setting.…

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June 5, 2023

You can make a difference right now

We are proud that 94 cents of every dollar donated to Alzheimer's Community Care goes directly to the services and resources that we provide families affected by Alzheimer's disease and related neurocognitive disorders.

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