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The following websites provide information on the treatment, management and prevention of Alzheimers. All have been produced by national Alzheiemer's organizations as well as the National Insitute of Health.
A resource for caregivers concerned about the possibility of wandering by a patient with Alzheimer's. Includes information on a program that 24 hour helpline that help reconnect a patient with their caregiver.
The Mayo Clinic provides tips and resources for caregivers of the elderly. Resources include an expert blog with the up-to date information. Special information is provided for caregivers dealing with stress.
The Fisher Center provides patient information on the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. Includes the top ten symptoms, as well as easy to understand videos on the treatment and management of the disease.
The national Alzheimer's association provides this online tool to help patients and caregivers navigate the treatment and management options in a newly diagnosed patient. After completing a survey, individuals will be given an action plan to help guide therapy options.