You Are Not Alone
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The Dementia & Alzheimer’s Association of St. Clair County supports caregivers and those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease through awareness, education, respite care grants, and resource referral.
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About Our Association
One of the most effective ways to ensure optimal care for those with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is through caregiver education.
Bringing awareness to the disease and encouraging families to share their challenges and successes is essential.
Respite Care Grants
Respite care provides caregivers a temporary rest from caring for a loved one. It also allows caregivers time to take care of errands while having comfort and peace of mind, knowing their loved one is safe.
Every person’s needs are unique when it comes to dementia and Alzheimer’s care. We can help provide resources and referrals to many different services.
In The News…
The Dementia & Alzheimer’s Association of St. Clair County Announces Lynn Wilhelm as Executive Director
August 20th, 2023 The Dementia & Alzheimer’s Association of St. Clair County (DAASCC) is thrilled to announce Lynn Wilhelm as its new Executive Director, effective beginning August 1st, 2023. Wilhelm, an accomplished leader, brings a wealth of experience to The...
Dementia & Alzheimer’s Association of St. Clair County Receives $25,000 Grant for Respite & Relief Program
June 9th, 2023 The Dementia & Alzheimer’s Association of St. Clair County (DAASCC) is proud to announce they are a proud recipient of a $25,000 grant from The Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Legacy Fund for Caregivers from the Southeast Community Foundation of Michigan. “We...
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To Support Care Givers in St. Clair County
Hundreds in our community members have come together over the years to participate in our annual Alzheimer’s 5K Run/Walk. This year’s event was a great success in raising awareness and adding to our total of over $100,000 raised to support respite care grants and other educational resources.
As a caregiver, you likely have many responsibilities. It is important to take care of your own well-being and to connect with others that understand.