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    Looking for more information on Alzheimer's disease? There are many organizations that can tell you more about the condition and offer support for those who have it. Check out these groups to find what you need.

    Alzheimer's Association
    (800) 272-3900

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    If you’re caring for someone with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, you may have noticed big changes in how they act in the late afternoon or early evening. Doctors call it sundowning, or sundown syndrome. It seems to be triggered by fading light, and the symptoms can get worse as the night goes on. You can do things to help both of you sleep better and be less tired during the day, though.

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    Email: info@alz.org

    Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center (ADEAR) 
    (800) 438-4380

    Email: adear@nia.nih.gov

    Alzheimer's Foundation of America

    (866) 232-8484

    Email: info@alzfdn.org

    Alzheimer's Disease International 
    +44 20 7981 0880 (phone)
    Email: info@alz.co.uk

    BrightFocus Foundation 
    (800) 437-2423
    Email: info@brightfocus.org
     

    American Psychiatric Association
    (888) 357-7924
    Email: apa@psych.org

    The Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease Center
    (312) 908-9339

    Family Caregiver Alliance
    (800) 445-8106
    Email: info@caregiver.org

    National Council on Aging
    (571) 527-3900
    Eldercare Locator: (800) 677-1116

    Caregiver Action Network 
    (202) 454-3970

    National Institute on Aging 
    (800) 222-2225
    TTY: (800) 2224225
    Email: niaic@nia.nih.gov

    National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
    (800) 352-9424
    TTY: (301) 496-5751

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging
    (202) 619-0724
    Email: aoainfo@aoa.hhs.gov

     

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