Find Vermont state Alzheimer’s organizations, end of life resources, hospice and palliative care, support groups, legal advocacy, and more.
2014 Alzheimer’s Facts: Vermont State
- Number of people with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis: 11,000
- Expected increase in diagnoses by 2025: 54.5%
- Number of Alzheimer’s Care Unit Beds: 195
Top Cities in Vermont offering Memory CareShelburne
Monthly costs in neighboring states
Hospice and Palliative Care
The Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Vermont and New Hampshire (VNAH) is a compassionate, non-profit home care organization.
A century of caring for terminally ill patients.
Hospice and Palliative Care Council of Vermont is committed to assuring access to high quality hospice and palliative care including caregiver support and bereavement services for all Vermonters.
The Vermont Assembly of Home Health and Hospice Agencies is the professional association for the not-for-profit home health and hospice agencies and Visiting Nurse Associations in Vermont.
Area Agency on Aging
- Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging – Rutland
- Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging, and Independent Living – Waterbury
- Central Vermont Council on Aging – Barre
- Area Agency on Aging for Northeastern Vermont – St Johnsbury
- Council on Aging for Southeastern Vermont, Inc. – Springfield
- Champlain Valley Agency on Aging – Burlington