Dementia caregiving made easier.

As Caregivers of people with memory loss, we often find ourselves feeling overwhelmed, desperate and alone. Gloria’s Way is here to support you through your Caregiving journey.

Gloria’s Way is a certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organization designed with caregivers in mind. We are a one-stop memory loss resource operating in Northeast Ohio; helping dementia caregivers access the necessary information, support and tools to successfully navigate the dementia care journey.

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Care Management

A Care Manager helps organize an elderly loved one’s total care needs and connects them with resources that might be useful for their situation.


Geriatricians are primary care doctors who have additional training in treating older adults, especially those 65 and up.

Elderlaw Attorney

Elderlaw attorneys are advocates for the elderly and their loved ones. Most elder law attorneys handle a wide range of legal matters.

In-home Care

In-home care agencies or private paid caregivers is a widely used option to help keep people in their own homes or with family when care needs arise.

Senior Housing

Memory care is a distinct form of long-term skilled nursing that specifically caters to patients with Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other types of memory problems.


Transportation is crucial to ensure access to essential services. The availability of adequate transportation enables older persons to live more independently in their communities.

Engage in Local Activities

Discover virtual and in-person programs to keep your loved one and you active and mentally fit

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Stay Informed

Learn about developments in the field of Alzheimer’s and dementia; and what you can do to empower your family and you to continue to live an active, connected, and healthy life.
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