Our Information Program

As part of our mission to improve the care of people living with Alzheimer’s, the Foundation’s Information Program curates the findings of scientific studies and provides public education through several resources. We are not only raising awareness, but deepening understanding and dismantling myths about Alzheimer’s.

An Award-Winning Website

At the heart of this program is our website, ALZinfo.org, a comprehensive resource that provides in-depth information on the most current research studies, treatments and disease management approaches. It offers visitors an opportunity to “Ask an Expert” questions related to Alzheimer’s, as well as providing a unique zip code-driven resource locator to identify appropriate services in their geographic area, including doctors, disease centers, elder attorneys, medicare information, home health agencies and more.

Caregivers can find articles related to improving communications with patients and tips on brain-enhancing foods and exercise, as well as simple changes that can be made in the home to make their job a little easier, and their patients happier.

The Latest Scientific Findings

Alzheimer’s Research News You Can Use, our free, bi-weekly e-newsletter, provides information on the latest Alzheimer’s and other dementia studies. Articles include the negative effects of stress, pollution, sleep deprivation, and social isolation, as well as the positive effects of certain foods, exercises, light therapy and green spaces all backed by verified studies. Go to ALZinfo.org/newsletter to sign up today.

Stay Informed

Our Information Program includes posting on Facebook, X (formerly Twitter), Instagram, and LinkedIn. Be sure to follow us on your social media platform of choice for the latest news and information.