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Education is the first step to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
The Foundations Alzheimer’s Information Program was created in 2001 to answer the primary need of caregivers for comprehensive, easily accessible information. The Program working in collaboration with leading experts in the field of Alzheimer’s disease provides in depth information on the most current research studies, treatments, and disease management approaches to people with Alzheimer’s disease and the family and professionals entrusted with their care.
ALZinfo.org is a tool of the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation to educate people about this devastating disease. The website was launched in 2002. The mission of the website is to educate, engage and create an online community with 24 hours a day, 7 days a week access to information and support. Through the Ask the Experts visitors can ask a question and get an answer from an expert in the field. Our Resource Locater  will help you find local support and services.
To further enhance your online experience ALZTalk.org , an Alzheimer's Social Network, was created in 2006. ALZTalk.org  provides a fun, personal environment for families, friends, and medical professionals to post messages, forums, blogs, pictures, videos, chat, favorite links and gives the ability to stay connected with those in the Alzheimer's community.
Whether you are afflicted with Alzheimer’s, or a caregiver, or a loved one of an Alzheimer’s patient, you are sure to find answers to your questions at www.ALZinfo.org or its complementary 1-800-ALZINFO phone system.
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