Alzheimer’s Association Relocates Avon Office

Larger Office Will Better Serve Community

Nancy B. Udelson, President and CEO, Alzheimer’s Association Cleveland area chapter, with Dick Stein, State Representative Elect House District 57 with proclamations from the offices of State Sen. Gayle Manning and State Rep. Nathan Manning.

The office has relocated to 37309 Harvest Drive, Avon, effective August 1. The new location is off Colorado Avenue between Route 254 and Eaton Drive.

It is on Harvest Drive just west of the Avon Library building.

The current office at 38440 Chester Road has permanently closed.

“The new Avon office will help us better serve our constituents and volunteers in Lorain County and western Cuyahoga County. Not only will we be able to host support group and educational programs in the new conference room, we will have expanded space for staff and volunteers. We look forward to continuing to serve individuals and families dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias in Lorain County in this beautiful space,” said Nancy Udelson, chapter president and CEO.

The new space has a conference room providing the capacity to host support group and educational programs and more capacity for five staff members and volunteers. Walk-in visits are welcome.

The team at the newly opened Alzheimer’s Association Cleveland Area Chapter Avon is ready to offer compre-hensive care planning to those in need in the community.

Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and someone in the United States develops the disease every 66 seconds. In Ohio, nearly 600,000 Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers are taking care of more than 210,000 individuals age 65 and older diagnosed with the disease.

The Alzheimer’s Association Cleveland Area Chapter provides free programs and services in support of all forms of dementia. You do not need a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s to take advantage of any of these services. Among the chapter’s many services are the 24/7 toll-free Helpline (800-272-3900); more than 40 support groups; early-stage programs; dementia care coaching and much more.

Avon office contact info: Phone (440) 934-7750 of fax (440) 934-7751. Office hours are M-F 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

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