We are pleased to offer different resources that you may explore for more information on Alzheimer's Disease and other related dementia. See our list of books with reviews and websites that have more information.

Websites

www.alz.org
An excellent source of information for Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. This site provides various links to resources, programs and services.

www.alz.org/mnnd
Provides info on programs and services in MN and offers an excellent six-session caregiver educational program on topics such as legal issues, dementia challenges and resources. They also offer an introductory informational meeting on what to do of you suspect a loved one has dementia.

www.careproviders.org
A site for health care professionals offering a referral network.

www.evercare.com

www.gentlecare.com
This is the care model used by Gianna Homes - Sursum Corda. This describes the philosophy of 'Gentle Care' and is an excellent source for professional caregivers.

www.lbda.org

www.mayoclinic.com
This is an excellent medical source and provides some wonderful tools for caregivers.

www.pbs.org/theforgetting

www.vfvalidation.org

www.twincitiescare.com
Helping Minnesota families find the best senior living & care for their loved ones.

www.alzstore.com
Products designed for people with Alzheimer's and dementia and their caregivers.

Books Relating to Medical Research on Alzheimer's Disease

These books deal with medical investigations into the cause of Alzheimer's disease.

Aging with Grace by David Snowdon, Ph.D.
This book describes the significant research findings of the "Nun Study." Snowden is studying 678 nuns to learn more about aging and Alzheimer's disease.
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Hannah's Heirs – The quest for the Genetic Origins of Alzheimer's Disease by Daniel A. Pollen
An in depth look at the research which led to the discovery of Hannah's gene known to be a leading indicator of a rare form of early onset familial Alzheimer's disease. It also describes the risk factors that make an individual more susceptible to the more common, late-onset Alzheimer's.
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