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The fight against Alzheimer’s relies on positive relationships between caregivers and healthcare professionals.

The Broyles Foundation supports Alzheimer’s caregivers in crisis, and the healthcare professionals that caregivers depend on. From hospice care to routine check-ups, we link caregivers to medical care that suits both the immediate and long-term needs of their loved ones. We also strive to answer any questions you may have about the patients or caregivers we support, particularly during times of crisis. At the Broyles Foundation, we know that caregiver support is just one part of the solution: let us help you get the answers you need, so that you can provide the best possible healthcare.

16.1 Million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias (from ALZ.org).

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All services and resources provided by the Broyles Foundation are 100% free for caregivers and healthcare professionals. That’s right: thanks to our incredible donors, all of our services for healthcare professionals are provided without cost to either party.

We support the healthcare professionals our caregivers depend on. Join our team, and we can work together to ease the burdens of caregivers in crisis.

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Preferred Partners

We can help you connect patients and caregivers to the resources they need.

As Alzheimer’s diagnoses continue to rise, more and more people will turn to their healthcare providers for answers. The Broyles Foundation can help.

  • The Dementia-Friendly Partners Program

    This program is a trademarked seal of approval for products that are helpful to the care and well-being of those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. It certifies and identifies products as “dementia friendly,” which helps take the stress out of decision making for caregivers and healthcare providers.

  • Business Referral Services

    Through our Preferred Partners program, we can help healthcare professionals connect patients and caregivers with businesses and services tailored to their needs.

What does Dementia-Friendly mean?

  • Products labeled ‘dementia-friendly’ are guaranteed to be safe and easy to use for individuals with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.
  • Organizations that are part of our Dementia-Friendly program are provided training and resources to create safer environments for Alzheimer’s individuals.
  • Dementia-Friendly Partners provide caregivers with the products they need, and healthcare professionals with businesses they can recommend with confidence.

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Continued Education

Get up-to-date professional training on dementia care through the Broyles Foundation.

Dementia-related healthcare is constantly changing.

Our customized, skills-based training and education services provide healthcare professionals with the tools necessary to understand and care for those with all types of dementia. The Broyles Foundation is proud to to provide state-approved Continuing Education Units (CEU) to help healthcare professionals meet their licensure requirements.

We provide CEUs for the following fields:

  • Administrators

  • Nurses

  • Social Workers

  • Physical Therapists

Get professional advice on how to work with caregivers and their families.

Alzheimer’s dementia may be irreversible today, but recent advances in medical research are changing how we treat the disease, and how we train caregivers to provide comfort and support. By working with the Broyles Foundation, you can stay on top of this ever-changing field.

Game Plan Conference for Senior Care

The Broyles Foundation is proud to host the Game Plan Conference for Senior Care. This event, a bi-annual, day-long conference, is built around presentations from area experts on dementia-related topics. Each topic is approved for a CEU, enabling healthcare professionals to receive up to 5 CEU’s in one day.

According to 2009 data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), about 25% of US adults aged 18 or older reported providing care or assistance to a person with a long-term illness or disability in the past 30 days. In 2017, the value of this unpaid caregiver activity is an estimated $230.1 billion (from CDC).

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See the links below for more information about our CEU options.

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