The Alzheimer's Association is the oldest and largest national
voluntary health organization dedicated to research for the
causes, cure, and prevention of Alzheimer's disease and to
providing education and support services to Alzheimer's patients,
their families and caregivers.
Austin Alzheimer's Association
The Austin chapter of the Alzheimer's Association lists contacts
and upcoming events.
Phoenix Chapter of Alzheimer's Association.
Our mission is to "Reach Out to individuals and families
affected by Alzheimer's disease and support research leading
to a world without Alzheimer's disease." Our funding comes
from individuals, corporations and fund-raising events.
Greater Houston Chapter
of Alzheimer's Association
look forward to supporting you as you learn about and deal with Alzheimer's
disease or a related disorder. Our site is brand new! While we're busy adding
content, and some areas are still in development, we invite you to explore and
participate as we grow. Whether you are an individual with Alzheimer's or a
related disorder, a family or professional caregiver, a provider of legal, financial,
medical, or care management services, or you want to help in create a world
without Alzheimer's, we have something here for you.
Central Texas Chapter
San Antonio, Texas
this chapter for information about Dementia links, calendar events and Demintia
research. Find out about the lastest news in the fight against the disease
County Alzheimer's Association
3703 Taylorsville Road Suite 102
Louisville, KY 40220
Alison Serey, Executive Director
Kerri Arnold, Outreach Coordinator
Victoria Moore, Family Assistance Coordinator
1915 Glen Echo Road
Nashville, TN 37215
Carolyn Devlin, Executive Director
Donna Peterson, Program Director
Alzheimer's Association Safe Return Program
A nationwide, community-based safety net The Alzheimer's Association Safe Return program helps identify, locate, and return individuals who are memory impaired due to Alzheimer's disease or a related disorder.
Texas Department of Human Services
The Texas Department of Human Services Community Alzheimer's
Resources and Education Home Page.
Western Reserve University
Here you can find the information you'll need on Alzheimer's
Disease, whether you are a caregiver, a practitioner, a researcher,
or are just interested in learning more.
Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR)
At the Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR)
Center's Web site, you'll find information about Alzheimer's
disease and related dementias. The ADEAR Center is a service
of the National Institute on Aging (NIA). The NIA is one of
the National Institutes of Health, under the U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services.
College of Medicine Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
Institute for Brain Aging and Dementia
Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center (RADC)
The Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center (RADC) was established
in 1985 at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center in
Chicago, Illinois. Videos are available for helping family
caregivers and professional staff to better understand the
complexity of Alzheimer's disease.
Department of Health Alzheimer's Disease Program (ADP)
The Texas Alzheimer's Disease Program (ADP) coordinates development
and maintenance of a statewide Alzheimer's network composed
of families of Alzheimer's victims, caregivers, organizations,
agencies, legislators, business leaders and interested citizens.
ADP also maintains a statewide Alzheimer's information and
referral system regarding resources available to caregivers,
providers, family members, agencies, groups and individuals.
Alzheimer's Disease Practice Guidline
A booklet about Alzheimer´s disease and other types of dementia.
It presents information for patients, family members, and
other caregivers. It talks about the effects Alzheimer´s disease
can have on you, your family members, and your friends.
Health Oasis-Alzheimer's Center