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Memory Care Resource Links

Having access to important resources when you need them can reduce the stress of finding support and guidance during important conversations and decision-making. Here are some of our favorite resources.

Resource List for Wichita and Surrounding Area

 

DEMENTIA / ALZHEIMER’S:

Alzheimer’s Association (National)

24/7 Helpline: 800-272-3900

www.alz.org

Alzheimer’s Association: Central and Western Kansas Chapter

316-267-7333 (Wichita)

www.alz.org/centralandwesternkansas

The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration

866-507-7222

www.theaftd.org

OTHER CONDITION SPECIFIC SUPPORT:

Arthritis Support: 

Arthritis Foundation

www.arthritis.org

Cancer Support:

Victory in the Valley

316-682-7400

www.victoryinthevalley.com

American Cancer Society (Local)

316-265-3400

www.cancer.org

www.stroke.org

Drug & Alcohol Support:

SAACK

316-267-3825

www.saack.org

ComCARE

316-660-7600

www.sedgwickcounty.org/comcare

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)

316-684-3661

www.aawichita.org/meetings

Heart Disease/CHF Support:

American Heart & Stroke Association (Wichita)

316-265-4238

www.american.heart.org

Multiple Sclerosis Support:

MS Society

800-344-4867

www.nationalmssociety.org

Arthritis Support:

Rheumatoid Arthritis

800-405-4043

www.rheumatoidarthritis.org/

 

 

STATE of KANSAS RESOURCES:

Governor’s Site on Health

www.healthykansas.org

SENIOR CARE / SUPPORT:

Central Plains Area Agency on Aging (CPAAA)

Sedgwick, Butler & Harvey Region

316-660-5120

800-367-7298

www.cpaaa.org

Kansas Legal Services

316-265-9681

Senior Services Inc. of Wichita

316-267-0122

www.seniorservicesofwichita.org

SHICK – Senior Health Insurance Counsel of Kansas

316-722-7721 x. 114

800-860-5260

Veteran’s Affairs (Regional Office)

800-827-1000

OTHER IMPORTANT ORGANIZATIONS:

AARP

www.aarp.org

Good Grief of Kansas

316-612-0700

www.goodgriefofkansas.org

United Way (Can now dial 211)

www.unitedwayplains.org

www.211.org

 

We make a reasonable effort to maintain updated information, but cannot be held responsible for inaccuracies. Residents and/or family/legal representatives should contact all resource information to verify facts and availability, while assuring their individual questions are answered.

This list does not represent a complete list of available resources, but those resources we have a good working relationship with.

Family Resources

Testimonials

I cannot say enough good things about Maurita & Susan (CareGivers) at 219.  They are always caring & cheerful & positive.  They have gone out of their way (I feel above & beyond) to help my aunt adjust to her new home.  They call me at the first sign of any concerns or changes in my aunt.  They treat her as part of their family.  I am very grateful every day that my aunt is in their care.  It is comforting to know she is where she belongs.  I feel like they are a great team!

- Carla Barnard

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