Reviewed Alzheimers Disease and other Cognitive Disorders Government Links
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Alzheimer's Disease MedlinePlus This site provides news, overviews, symptoms/diagnosis, coping, disease management, related conditions, statistics, organizations, research and more about Alzheimer's. The site is very easy to navigate and a great starting place to learn more about the condition.
Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center (ADEAR) National Institute on Aging Use this site to find current, comprehensive Alzheimer's disease (AD) information and resources from the U.S. Government's National Institute on Aging (NIA). Provides information and publications on Alzheimer's disease to health and service professionals, patients, their families, caregivers and the public.
Alzeheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center ADEAR A service of the National Institute on Aging, the ADEAR website provides access to information on Alzheimer's Disease (a dementia) including basic information, current news, clinical trials, and a section on caregiving. A directory of Alzheimer's Centers is also provided. Freely downloadable documents covering a range of Alzheimer's topics (general information, diagnosis & symptoms, treatment, research, caregiving, healthy aging and training programs for professionals) are also available. An excellent starting resource for learning about Alzheimer's Disease.
Alzheimer's Disease Information Page National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke This site provides a description of the disease, as well as treatments, prognosis information, organizations for further resources, and current research that is being done. This site provides a nice starting place for those wanting to gather more information.
Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers National Institute of Aging The National Institute on Aging funds Alzheimer’s Disease Centers (ADCs) at major medical institutions across the United States. Researchers at these Centers are working to translate research advances into improved diagnosis and care for people with Alzheimer’s disease while focusing on the program’s long-term goal—finding a way to cure and possibly prevent Alzheimer's. This website provides a list of centers across the United States with full contact information.