Alzheimer's website:

Publications - if there are any specific brochures you are interested in having at your location, we can get you connected to the St. Louis Chapter so they can send out some materials.

Caregiver Center – Provides resources to help at each stage of the disease, day to day help (behaviors, communication, and activities), support (support groups, message boards, and care training), and planning for the future (legal matters, care options, paying for care, safety, and dementia and driving).

Community Resource Finder - An interactive tool that will give recommended options and a list of questions to ask when screening a care provider, planning ahead, care options, coordinating care, support and resources.

Safety Center - Senior Emergency Preparedness: This link provides helpful tips and suggestions on how seniors can be prepared in emergency situations such as storms or earthquates: and resources to help keep people safer, including the Dementia and Driving Resource Center, all the topic and information sheets on traveling and medication safety and other Association products and services.

I Have Alzheimer’s - The best place to go for information about living in the early stage of Alzheimer’s or other dementia.

Alzheimer’s Navigator - An innovative online tool to help caregivers and people with dementia, evaluate their needs, create a customized action plan while also linking to information, support and local resources.

Education and Learning – Training for families and professionals including free E-learning workshops, brochures, and topic sheets.

ALZConnected - A social networking community designed specifically for people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. Members can get connected to share concerns and advice. They can pose questions and offer solutions to dementia-related issues, create public and private groups organized around a dedicated topic and contribute to message boards.

St. John's Community Care - At St. John’s Community Care, we’re here to help you care for your loved one. No matter the situation, we have resources and staff to help you make your loved one’s life as comfortable and fulfilling as possible. From resources and support groups, to adult day programs, to the medical supply loan closet, we are here to help you.

Our Mission
Embracing generations through listening hearts, compassionate care and purposeful activities modeled in Christ’s love.