Your donation provides families with the education, support, and information they need to face the challenges of a dementia diagnosis.
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Services of Northern Indiana is a program of REAL Services, Inc. dedicated to supporting caregivers of those living with dementia. They:
- Provide affected individuals, their families/friends, and caregivers with support, information, education, and referral services;
- Educate the public, community groups, and others about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia;
- Advocate for improved public policy for affected individuals, family members and other caregivers.
In order for us to carry out these objectives, we are thankful for donations, memorial gifts, and bequests that allow us to continue providing free programs and services in the eleven counties we’ve been serving since 1982. All funds raised remain in our local communities to help families now.
Provides families with the education, support, and information they need.
Give by Mail
Send a check to:
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Services
Attn: Angel Baginske
111 Sunnybrook Ct.
South Bend, IN 46637
Planned and estate gifts provide Alzheimer's & Dementia Services of northern Indiana with future funds to continue our important work in the community. Contact Madelyn Martinec to learn more.
Other Ways to Give
Establish an Endowment or Trust
Donate a Vehicle
Volunteer Your Time
We will be happy to work with you to establish an endowment or to set up a trust through which Alzheimer’s Services is a beneficiary. Alzheimer's & Dementia Services of northern Indiana is a program of REAL Services Inc.
Please contact our Director of Development to express your interest. She can be reached at:
REAL Services, Inc.
1151 S. Michigan St.
South Bend, IN 46601
Phone: (574) 284-7104
Alzheimer’s Services needs volunteer assistance in many ways. Our volunteer force ranges in age from children and teens to persons in their eighties. Some are able to provide volunteer services regularly on a weekly or monthly basis, others assist as needed/when available. Some are able to help only once a year. No matter how often someone is able to volunteer, all are needed and greatly appreciated.
Volunteer opportunities vary greatly, and training is provided for each position. In some cases training is provided by the Alzheimer’s Services staff; in other cases new volunteers are trained by experienced volunteers.
Volunteer opportunities with current openings are listed below. Links to job descriptions are provided. The job descriptions provided are general in nature. Time commitments and responsibilities are negotiable.
Contact volunteer services at (574) 284-7138 or Click to Volunteer!