International Caregivers Association (ICA)
Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregiving
Providing Compassion, Education, and Advocacy...
...for anyone seeking to learn how to care for, or improve the quality of care, for those impacted by Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. This is the mission of the ICA.
There are many ways to participate with the ICA. If you are actively looking for dementia care solutions, join the ICA and take advantage of all the benefits of membership. Or, if you are passionate about improving dementia care, please consider sponsoring ICA or volunteering your time and talent to help spread the ICA message.
Everyone Benefits from the ICA
- Physicians, Nurses & Home Health Caregivers
Are you looking for techniques that improve cooperation, reduce your stress, and help build your practice, we can provide that training?
- Facility Administrators & Caregivers
If you are looking for institutional care solutions that improve the quality of life for everyone impacted by dementia (family, caregiver, managed care provider, physician, care receiver) while enhancing operations and reducing costs, consider joining our community.
- Healthcare Students
Do you want to learn the techniques, knowledge, and applications to make a meaningful difference in the care of patients, clients, or residents? Are you finding the most important and essential information on Alzheimer’s/dementias for your class projects? We can provide you training. Or consider a student internship with the ICA!
- Family Caregivers
Are you are looking for the most essential caregiving information, tools, and techniques to help yourself and your family members live with dementia? ICA is here for you.
You Are Not Alone
Did you know that every 67 seconds someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's? That’s in addition to the 15 million cases already diagnosed in the world today1. Simply put, you are not alone. All of us are in need of learning how to adapt to the ever changing world of a patient or loved one living with Alzheimer’s or other form of dementia.
1Statistics provided by the Alzheimer’s Association.