Welcome to ONEcaregiver Resource Center,

A centralized platform to support caregivers and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who may be at risk of, or are living with, Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia.​

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Featured Webinars

Featured Webinar

Future Planning: It’s Possible and Necessary

Planning for the future is important for all families. Thinking about the future can be challenging and emotional. However, experience shows that people with disabilities make a better transition from the family home when a future plan is in place. A future plan can also provide peace of mind for caregivers of people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD). Learn from staff at The Arc of the United States on how to get these discussions started and the steps your family should take to create a future plan.
Lunch is on us! Participate and earn a $25 GrubHub gift card for the first 80 people who complete the pre & post-test. ASL Interpreter will be present.

Research & News

Research and News

NTG Releases report on dementia assessment

The National Task Group (NTG) and the Lumind IDSC Foundation have issued a comprehensive report: Examining Adults with Neuroatypical Conditions for Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) /Dementia During Cognitive Impairment Assessments: Report of the Neuroatypical Conditions Expert Consultative Panel.” The report examines the barriers to determining Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and dementia in adults with neuroatypical conditions, such as acquired brain injury, autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, intellectual disability, serious mental illness, and significant sensory impairments. Developed by an Expert Panel, the report concludes that current federal guidelines for assessing for MCI or dementia do not provide sufficient information to assess such adults and makes recommendations based on their findings.

Los Angeles Resources

Los Angeles Resource

LA County Resource Guide

A guide for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their caregivers.
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