There are many Alzheimers resources available on the internet. I have reviewed quite a few of them. I will provide the link to the ones that I believe will be the most helpful to you. There are a couple of videos that are available for you to watch online. I really recommend you watch the videos and learn as much as you can about Alzheimer's Disease, especially if you have a friend or family member who has been diagnosed with this disease.
The Brain Tour is a good Alzheimer's Disease resource. This is an interactive tour which explains the effect of the disease on the brain.
The Brain Tour
This is a Ted Talk on Alzheimers which explains the disease pretty well in just 8 minutes. Researcher Samuel Cohen explains how Alzheimer’s differs from normal memory loss and how that may hold the key for future treatments.
This is a 14 minute Ted Talk which provides insight into the Alzheimers process and prevention by Neuroscientist Lisa Genova
If you are interested in participating in Alzheimer's Disease research the following link will take you to a research site.
There is a list of the research studies that are accepting volunteers. Even if you are not interested in participating in research programs, it is still interesting to see what areas are being researched.
Alzheimer’s Association https://www.alz.org/
Alzheimer’s Association Safe Return Program
Benefits Check up from the National Council on aging, over 2500 benefit programs available nationwide
Disaster preparedness- 2018 NADRC: Disaster Planning Toolkit for People Living with Dementia
Durable Medical Equipment covered by Medicare
Eldercare U.S. Administration on Aging connecting you to services for older adults
Home Health Agency Locater
Local Health Departments: Many of these offices have a Resource Center that helps local residents access long-term support systems such as housing assist, transportation, and in-home services.
National Adult Day Service Centers
National Institute on Aging- Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Dementias
National Respite Network: To Find Respite Care and Funding Options In Your Community
Transportation for aging and disabilities
Veterans Benefits and Alzheimer’s Disease
Do you need help keeping track of appointments, medicines, vital signs, weights, meals, bowels, and behaviors?
Do you know what stage of Alzheimer's Disease your loved one is in?
Do you know what to watch for next?
Do you have sitters coming in and need to have a better system to help them provide the best care?
Does your loved one have behaviors that you should be tracking?
Do you have all of the information written down you need when you go to your doctor visits to help them understand what needs you may have?
The Caregivers Notebook will help you organize and document the care needed in your home and provide clear direction to those who help you care for your loved one.