Dementia & Memory

Are you or a loved one struggling with dementia, memory issues, or Alzheimer’s? There are local resources and agencies that can help. See the information below on local databases, agencies, and programs to get you started.

Agencies and Programs

Alzheimer’s Association
415 Peterson St.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970) 472-9798

  • The Alzheimer’s Association provides support for individuals and their caregivers dealing with Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia. Call the number above for access to information, support groups, education, message boards and care consultations.

Dementia Friendly Communities of Northern Colorado
Windsor, CO
(970) 213-4548

  • Dementia Friendly Communities of Northern Colorado exists to help individuals, businesses, and organizations collaborate in leveraging expertise, resources, activities, and momentum to build and sustain dementia-friendly communities.

Resource Guides

The Elder Care Network Member Service Directory can help you find local services. The network consists of 60 member organizations, providing a wide range of services and individual volunteers. Use the Tips for navigating the Eldercare Network directory for helpful suggestions on navigating this database.

HealthInfoSource is a searchable database of local health-related resources in the greater Fort Collins area. Use the Tips for Navigating the HealthInfoSource Directory for helpful suggestions on navigating this database.

The Seniors Blue Book of Northern Colorado offers a comprehensive guide to aging-related resources, services, and activities in Northern Colorado. You can browse service lists here. Click Tips for Navigating the Seniors Blue Book Resource Guide for helpful suggestions on navigating this database.

  • Information on dementia and memory services can be found on the following pages:
    • Alzheimer’s Research, pp. 12
    • Memory Care Assisted Living Communities, pp. 110-112


  • Learning about Alzheimer’s
    – This short video shares a poignant memory of how a daughter learned from her mother about Alzheimer’s.