The Alzheimer's Association: http://www.alz.org
The Alzheimer's Association offers a wealth of information
and resources on Alzheimer's disease and will refer you to
one of its local chapters. To find your local chapter, call
800-272-3900. Or browse on the Internet.
The Alzheimer Research Forum:
a non-profit group, sponsors this web page. For individuals
with Alzheimer's (or their families and caregivers), the page
offers news and information, as well as indexes of web sites
relating to diagnosis, treatment, commercial products and
support groups. For physicians and researchers, the site offers
up-to-date reviews of news and findings in Alzheimer's research.
Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center: http://www.alzheimers.org
Research and referral information. Also different publications
and databases that are relevant to Alzheimer's Disease.
Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center: http://www.plattsburgh.edu/centers/adac/nenyadac
Information and help for Alzheimer's patients.
Alzheimer's Disease: U.S. Organizations and Chapters:
Information for aging community members about care and health.
Alzheimer's Disease Review:
Discussion on latest research for Alzheimer's Disease.
Comprehensive Services on Aging(COPSA) Institute for Alzheimer's
Alzheimer's Disease help and resources available.
Information of diseases of the elderly and nutritional and
fitness information for a healthy living.
Don Lennox Production http://www.washingtonvideo.com/LostInTheMind/research.html
Some information about research and the effects of Alzheimer's
BBC World Service: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/sci_tech/highlights/memory.shtml
A page with explanations of common scientific questions and
answers Alzheimer's disease.
Family Caregiver Alliance http://www.caregiver.org/index.html
Information on frontal temporal dementia.
Planet Rx http://www.alzheimers.com
General information about Alzheimer's Disease.
Mayo Clinic http://www.mayohealth.org
Information on various health issues, including Alzheimer's
The Seven-Minute-Screen for Alzheimer's http://www.7minutescreen.com
Physicians and other healthcare workers can request a free
7 Minute Screen kit, including training materials, by calling
877-SCREEN-4-AD or by visiting the Janssen Research Foundation
Internet Site. Only qualified healthcare workers can obtain
the testing kit. For others, the site offers background information
on the screen, including references to published research
articles and links to media coverage.
deficits in patients with mild cognitive impairment predict
Alzheimer's disease at follow-up"
by D.P. Devanand and others. The American Journal of Psychiatry,
Vol 157 (September 2000), pp.1399-1405.
See also: 7-Minute
Alzheimer's Test, Smell
Test for Alzheimer's