Making Richland County Dementia-Friendly

The Alzheimer's Association wants to hear from caregivers and care partners whose loved ones have dementia.
By answering the questions below, you become the voice for the needs of the community!

Please help us make Richland County more "Dementia-Friendly" and supportive of those with dementia
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* 1. As a caregiver for dementia, I know where to go for information, education, and training on dementia.

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* 2. I feel confident about legal planning for the future with dementia-related issues.

  1: Not at all 2: A little 3. Neutral 4. Agree 5. Definitely
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* 3. Our community has adequate services to help people with dementia remain independent in their homes.

  1: Not at all 2: A little 3: Neutral 4: Agree 5: Definitely
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* 4. Health care organizations in our community are helpful and follow up when a diagnosis is given.

  1: Not at all 2: A little 3: Neutral 4: Agree 5: Definitely
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* 5. I feel supported by my employer when it comes to additional dementia-related stressors and responsibilities.

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* 6. There is an adequate level of activities and functions in the community specifically for people with dementia.

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* 7. Please list 2 ways the community does well to support people with dementia and their families.

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* 8. Please list 2 needs in the community for people with dementia and their families.

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* 9. (Optional) If you want to know how the Alzheimer's Association is making Richland County more dementia friendly leave your name and phone number or email address for our quarterly email newsletter!

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