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Alzheimers New Zealand
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Alzheimers New Zealand Incorporated is a not-for-profit organisation with 21 Alzheimers member organisations located throughout the country that provide support, information, education programmes and services appropriate to their local community.
These services may include:
- Support for spouses, partners, families and friends coping with the demands of caring
- Information and education to assist with understanding diagnosis and assessment
- Information to help cope with the financial challenges of providing support
- Befriending services and day programmes for people with dementia

To get in touch with your local organisation, phone 0800 004 001.

At a national level, Alzheimers New Zealand represents people with dementia, their carers and families/whanau, through advocacy, raising public awareness and providing information such as resources, a library and the quarterly publication Alzheimers News. We also support the work of our member organisations.
To get in touch with national office please phone 04 387 8264 or email admin@alzheimers.org.nz for enquiries or information.
Description
Description
Alzheimers New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation with 21 local organisations located throughout the country which provide support, information, education programmes and services appropriate to the local community.
The services we offer may include

- day and home care for people with dementia
- support and befriending services to help spouses, partners, families and friends cope with the demands of caring
- educational programmes about understanding diagnosis and assessment and medications
- help with coping with the financial challenges and support
- help with legal services

To get in touch with your local organisation, please call 0800 004 001 or visit www.alzheimers.org.nz
Updated: 26 Aug 2014

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