- National Institute of Aging Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referal Center: http://www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers
- Healthfinder.gov - US Department of Health and Human Services - Alzheimer's Disease: http://healthfinder.gov/findservices/searchcontext.aspx?topic=36
- Alzheimer's Association: http://www.alz.org
- Alzheimer's Association Facts and Figures 2015: facts_figures_2015.pdf
- Alzheimer's Association Facts and Figures 2014 which includes a special report on Women and Alzheimer's Disease: facts_figures_2014.pdf
- World Alzheimer Report 2014: WorldAlzheimerReport2014.pdf
- Helpful information about participating in Alzheimer research: participating-in-alzheimers-research.pdf
- Information about Early-onset Alzheimer Disease:
Early-onset Alzheimer's disease, occurring in people age 30 to 60, is rare but complicated. People living with early-onset Alzheimer’s (like Julianne Moore’s character in the movie “Still Alice”) may face particular challenges in dealing with work, raising children, and finding the right support groups.
A new online resource list from the National Institute on Aging’s Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center may assist younger people with Alzheimer’s, their families, and caregivers to find information and help. Topics include:
All of the resources on this list are free and accessible online.
Visit the ADEAR Center website for other resources like free publications, caregiving resources, and more information about Alzheimer’s.
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