- National Alzheimer’s Association
- Alzheimer’s Foundation of America
- Alzheimer’s Disease Centers – National Institute on Aging
- 24-Hour Alzheimer’s Crisis Hotline
- www.Alz.org/training – Legal and financial planning for Alzheimer’s disease.
- National Association of Area Agencies on Aging – Find aging resources in your area.
- Blogger Bob DeMarco’s website: Alzheimer’s Reading Room
- ALZHEIMER’S Disease & Dementia – Credible information about the disease of Alzheimer’s.
- https://www.benefitscheckup.org – Find benefit programs that can help pay for medications, health care, food, utilities, and more. This is a free service of the National Council on Aging.
- http://www.LotsaHelpingHands.com – This free, powerful tool provides the caregiver with a central location and calendar to post tasks with which they could use help from family members and friends.
- Memory Bridge: The Foundation for Alzheimer’s and Cultural Memory
- Dementia Action Alliance – A coalition of passionate people dedicated to make the USA a better place for people to live fully with dementia and that supports their families.
- Dementia Alliance International, an advocacy and support group of, by, and for, people with dementia.
- Alzheimer’s and Difficult Behavior, Comfort Keepers, Alburquerque
- https://www.dementiamentors.org/ – A new website specifically designed to help anyone living with dementia.
- http://togetherinthis.com/homechecklist/ – This Alzheimer’s guide and checklist from “Together in This”website introduces steps to help you start creating a safer and more enriching home environment for both you and your loved one.
- http://www.aarp.org/livable-communities/info-2014/home-fit-resources-worksheets.html AARP has suggestions what you can do to make your home safe and comfortable. Order a free copy or download their “Home Fit Guide.” Worksheets are also available in Spanish.
TRAINING PROGRAM WITH VIDEOS
- UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care – UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program with videos.
VIDEOS FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS
- Kids Look at Alzheimer’s Disease: (A little outdated but good information.) Part One, “What Is Alzheimer’s?” https://youtu.be/vH1gN0UfjVY; Part Two, “What Can I Expect and How to Deal with It”https://youtu.be/M8Y_pUS6r5o; Part Three, “Is It Me or Is It the Disease?” https://youtu.be/O-J-y_Gn1sk; Part Four, “How Can I Help and What’s Out There to Help Me,” https://youtu.be/TCVGXy2qDSE.
- Teens Look at Alzheimer’s Disease: (A little outdated but good information.) Part One, “What Is Alzheimer’s?” https://youtu.be/qPVPJDW1XNM; Part Two, “What Can I Expect, and How Can I Deal with It?” https://youtu.be/Tgv4VhC4Bl4; Part Three, “If the Person with Alzheimer’s Lives with Us, What Can I Expect?” https://youtu.be/M8dUdCqZPo4.