Resources for Patients and Caregivers

Research and Safe Therapies

Here are several resources for patients, caregivers, and family members. Our Mission is to share the latest research and safe therapies for memory loss, Alzheimer's treatment and prevention. If you have any other links for information to share on memory loss or Alzheimer's disease, please let us know.

Helpful Websites for Patients and Caregivers

Alzheimer's Association website (www.alz.org)
Caregiver Resources, Support Groups and Information and Educational Opportunities about AD

Alzheimer's Foundation website (www.alzfdn.org)
Information and Resources about AD for Patients/Families

www.health.gov
Helpful Educational Information about Health and Nutrition

www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers
Excellent Overview of AD by National Institutes of Health


www.TheADplan.com
New 2012 book by Harvard-trained Neurologist on the latest advances in the treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease, including medications, vitamins, lifestyle changes and detailed 9-week diet plan. Also available in Spanish.

www.TherapyForMemory.org
Latest Information on How to Fight Memory Loss, Ask the Experts Section, and Doctor-Recommended Brain Stimulating Activities (like the new Music Activity and Educational Program on CD and Soothing Music to listen to while sleeping)

www.lumosity.com
Brain Activity Program to Use Weekly and Track Progression

Trial Match (Alzheimer's Association website) Or, Call: 1-800-292-3900
Provides individualized matching services for patients with Alzheimer's, mild cognitive impairment, and related dementias, as well as information for caregivers, family members and healthcare providers

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