A Place for Mom
Assisted Living
Memory Care
Independent Living
Veteran Resources

Make the best senior care decision

Big List of Alzheimer's Resources

By Jeff AndersonMarch 16, 2017
Share this article:

By 2050, more than 66 million people could be living with Alzheimer’s disease worldwide.

Facing an uncertain future can be terrifying for all involved, but this big list of Alzheimer’s and dementia resources can help families learn more about how to take action against the disease, how to cope, and learn more about what’s in store.

List of Alzheimer’s Resources

We’ve started a list of Alzheimer’s resources to act as a guide for anyone who wants to get involved in the fight against the disease — from fundraising for a cure, to learning how to cope with difficult behaviors and raising awareness.

This list includes our own blog articles as well as links to some of the best and most useful Alzheimer’s resources on the web:

Alzheimer’s Caregiving and Support

Alzheimer’s Fundraising and Awareness

Alzheimer’s Prevention

Alzheimer’s Research and Science

Alzheimer’s Videos

Books About Alzheimer’s

Clinical Trials

Talk with a Senior Living Advisor

Our advisors help 300,000 families each year find the right senior care for their loved ones.

Diagnosing Alzheimer’s and Dementia

General Reference Alzheimer’s Resources

Genetic Testing and Alzheimer’s

Local Alzheimer’s Association Chapters

Movies About Alzheimer’s

  • Aurora Borealis: A well-received independent film where dementia plays an important role in the plot
  • Away From Her: Julie Christie plays woman who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease
  • Iris: The true story of the English writer Iris Murdoch’s battle with Alzheimer’s
  • The Alzheimer’s Project: A moving and informative documentary by HBO about Alzheimer’s
  • The Savages: A dark comedy starting Phillip Seymour Hoffman about caring for a parent with Alzheimer’s

Music Therapy for Dementia Patients

Nonprofit Organizations

Personal Alzheimer’s Blogs

Did we miss any Alzheimer’s resources or organizations above? Tell us which resources we should add to this list in the comments below.

Related Articles:

Jeff Anderson