Patient Resources

Find your care

The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program provides ongoing care for patients with a dementia diagnosis. Call 310-319-3222 to learn more about dementia care at UCLA Health.

Welcome to the patient and family resource pages for the ADC program. Below you can find links to the various resources available to you.

Support Groups

Do you have a loved one with a memory problem or dementia? Is the stress of being a caregiver overwhelming to you? A support group may be your answer.

Caregiver Training Videos

A series of videos produced by the UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care program to help caregivers understand how to better care for persons with dementia. They cover a range of topics including:

Common Challenges Videos

A series of videos produced by the UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care program to help caregivers understand how to better care for persons with dementia. They cover a range of topics including:

Alzheimer's Caregiver Education Webinars (ACES)

Free, live-streaming webinar series that addresses the needs and concerns of caregivers, loved ones and anyone touched by Alzheimer's disease.

Inpatient Dementia Guidebook

When someone with dementia is admitted into the hospital, it can be a stressful experience for the patient and their caregivers. This book was developed with this unique situation in mind. It is meant to help persons with dementia and their caregivers navigate the hospital and improve their hospital experience.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to speak to one of the health care providers looking after your loved one. Thank you for trusting UCLA as your partner in health.