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Bristol Crisis Centre provides 24/7, free and confidential support over phone. We support everyone in Virginia, United States...


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Find support for dementia and Alzheimer's from a helpline in Virginia, United States

Noticing a decline in your abilities and a change in who you are as a person can be scary. Reach out to any of 12 hotlines in Virginia, United States that support with dementia and Alzheimer's if you’re experiencing the following symptoms:

  • You notice you’re not being yourself
  • Confusion about place, like getting confused about where you are at the moment
  • Confusion about time, mixing past with present events
  • Finding yourself repeating questions when you are asked something so that you can focus better
  • Taking longer to complete tasks you perform regularly
  • Becoming impulsive and reacting rashly
  • You might experience hallucinations and delusions
  • Being easily irritated regardless of knowing it’s nothing you would normally get upset about

Although everyone responds to the occurrence of dementia and Alzheimer’s differently, most people manage the condition very well. You might, however, also experience episodes of fear and pessimism. These are natural responses to the changes occurring.

You might feel the need to maintain your self-sufficiency as long as possible. Reaching out to volunteers from a helpline that supports with dementia and Alzheimer’s can help you cope with the diagnosis in a healthy and productive way.


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