Alzheimer’s Disease affects nearly 6 million people in the U.S. alone. It can be a difficult disease to understand and live with, which is why we have compiled some resources with helpful information for those living with Alzheimers and those who care for them.
This resource from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) discusses some brief information about Alzheimer’s, including what it is, who gets it, and treatments.
This webpage from the National Institute on Aging is a more thorough overview of information about Alzheimer’s disease and how it affects people.
This resource from the Alzheimer’s Association was made for people who are living with the early stages of Alzheimer’s. It gives a list of tips and strategies for living with Alzheimer’s in order to remain more independent for longer.
Mayo Clinic’s website provides a tip sheet for caretakers of people with Alzheimer’s and dementia. This list of tips gives suggestions on how to take care of someone with Alzheimer’s.
You can also check the library catalog for books and resources on coping with Alzheimer’s and dementia.