The Alzheimers Association of Minnesota says it’s important for all of us to keep our brains active while dealing with a statewide stay at home order.

“So as people are at home and wanting to learn more about either how to stay healthy, in regards to keeping their brain healthy, or if they want to learn more about how to be a better care provider for people with dementia we’ve got some virtual classes that are free and live.”

Spokeswoman Leah Chalberg says currently there are 144 caregiver support groups in Minnesota and at least 31 have moved online amid the COVID-19 outbreak. For more information on available Alzheimer’s resources, you can call a 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.