Friends Give Hope
for 2021.

Building connections for a stronger tomorrow through our year-end giving campaign.

Let’s raise $20,000
for a matching $20,000.

We believe that no one walking the dementia journey has to walk it alone. In the midst of a global pandemic that pushes us toward isolation, our work with those living with dementia becomes all the more necessary – and challenging.

The Dementia Together community met the challenges of 2020 in unprecedented ways. And we are on a mission to do the same in 2021.

You can help. Our goal is to raise $20,000 by December 31, 2020. If we do that, a generous donor has pledged to match it.

So let’s turn $20,000 into $40,000.

Our work in 2020.

250

virtual events hosted. (We hosted zero in 2019.)

3000

attendees in more than 170 Memory Cafes.

600

meals donated to more than 60 couples.

450

participants in dementia education and Embodied Labs VR sessions.

Our Work in 2020

250

virtual events hosted. (We hosted zero in 2019.)

3000

attendees in more than 170 Memory Cafes.

600

meals donated to more than 60 couples.

450

Participants in dementia education and Embodied Labs VR sessions.

MOUNTAINCITY Holiday Benefit Concert

December 10, 6:30 p.m.

Join us on Facebook for this LIVE concert, December 10 at 6:30 p.m. All donations will benefit Dementia Together in our mission to make sure that no one walking the dementia journey has to walk alone.

Your stories are our stories.

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“Dementia Together provides me with an environment wherein I do not have to pretend I’m healthy. Thank you.”

PHIL, PERSON LIVING WITH DEMENTIA

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“The COVID-19 restrictions have greatly affected both of our moms who are in senior care communities. Connection and communication with them is very limited, so it is vital that it is done with their well-being in mind. The contented dementia (SPECAL) classes from Dementia Together have taught us that our careful choice of words, our facial expressions, and body language are crucial in maximizing their sense that all will be well and they are not alone.”

CYNTHIA, PARENT CARE PARTNER

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“In 2014, my husband, Jim, was diagnosed with dementia. A neurologist told us to put our affairs in order. The Alzheimer’s Association provided slideshows to explain what was happening in Jim’s brain and to project what is likely to happen in the future. But when we found Dementia Together, we found people whose purpose is to give us strategies, support, and confidence to live well and be strong in our daily lives. People who also educate the larger community to support us in that process. We’re thankful the organization has put down roots in our community, as an immense need for its compassionate services will continue for years into the future.”

WALTA, SPOUSE CARE PARTNER

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“Dementia Together has had a tremendous impact on my life as a care partner and for my husband, who has mid-stage Alzheimer’s. The staff have offered highly entertaining Memory Cafés, wonderful caregiver support, monthly Food Drops to encourage us and make us feel loved, and many other training sessions for me to better equip myself for caring for my husband. Even before COVID, we benefitted by all they had to offer, and since COVID, they have offered weekly virtual support groups and continue to expand their very beneficial programs. We feel blessed to have access to this type of organization and value the friends we have made along the way!”

ROBIN AND DON

Your stories are our stories.

testimonial-phil

“Dementia Together provides me with an environment wherein I do not have to pretend I’m healthy. Thank you.”

PHIL, PERSON LIVING WITH DEMENTIA

DT-19-Testimonials-cynthia

“The COVID-19 restrictions have greatly affected both of our moms who are in senior care communities. Connection and communication with them is very limited, so it is vital that it is done with their well-being in mind. The contented dementia (SPECAL) classes from Dementia Together have taught us that our careful choice of words, our facial expressions, and body language are crucial in maximizing their sense that all will be well and they are not alone.”

CYNTHIA, PARENT CARE PARTNER

DT-19-Testimonials-walta-brighter

“In 2014, my husband, Jim, was diagnosed with dementia. A neurologist told us to put our affairs in order. The Alzheimer’s Association provided slideshows to explain what was happening in Jim’s brain and to project what is likely to happen in the future. But when we found Dementia Together, we found people whose purpose is to give us strategies, support, and confidence to live well and be strong in our daily lives. People who also educate the larger community to support us in that process. We’re thankful the organization has put down roots in our community, as an immense need for its compassionate services will continue for years into the future.”

WALTA, SPOUSE CARE PARTNER

testimonial-don-robin-2

“Dementia Together has had a tremendous impact on my life as a care partner and for my husband, who has mid-stage Alzheimer’s. The staff have offered highly entertaining Memory Cafés, wonderful caregiver support, monthly Food Drops to encourage us and make us feel loved, and many other training sessions for me to better equip myself for caring for my husband. Even before COVID, we benefitted by all they had to offer, and since COVID, they have offered weekly virtual support groups and continue to expand their very beneficial programs. We feel blessed to have access to this type of organization and value the friends we have made along the way!”

ROBIN AND DON