Alzheimer Disease Resources

Alzheimer Disease Resources
Losing not just the memories of a life time, but the memory of how to tie a shoe or make a cup of coffee is the nightmare of Alzheimer's Disease.

Alzheimer's Disease is the most common form of dementia. By the age of 85 your chances of developing Alzheimer's Disease rises to almost fifty percent. This terrible disease impacts not just the patient, but family and friends who must watch the person they love slowly disappear.

The amount of time and energy required of the loved ones of an Alzheimer patient increases as the disease takes it's tool. As care giving becomes the primary focus of life, the patient and family often become isolated. Below are web sites that provide information, resources and support.

The Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center

The Alzheimer's Weekly

The Alzheimer's Association

The Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation

Alzheimers Research Center

Alzheimer's Foundation of America

Mayo Clinic Alzheimer Center

Pro Health Alzheimer's Support

WebMD Alzheimer's Health Center

Alzheimer's Disease Information and Resources

Alzheimer's Research & Prevention Foundation

Family Caregiver's Alliance

National Family Caregivers Associations

Alzheimer Week

Merck Alzheimer's Disease - Caring for Your Loved One

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