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Alzheimer's Foundation of America
Alzheimer's Foundation of America
Beautifuly designed site provides educational information about Alzheimer's, Dementia and caregiving through easy to understand articles and descriptions of warnings signs, symptoms, treatment and research. The care-giving tips are especially valuable. Also provides a quarterly magazine that you may sign up to receive for no cost.

Alzheimer's Association
Alzheimer's Association
The Association provides education, advocacy, services and research on Alzheimer's Disease. The website contains extensive information on the disease, as well as resources for future information.

Alzheimer's Association (USA)
Alzheimer's Association, Inc.
The Alzheimer's Association is the oldest and largest national voluntary health organization dedicated to research for the causes, cure, and prevention of Alzheimer's disease and to providing education and support services to Alzheimer's patients, their families and caregivers.

Alzheimer Society of Canada
Alzheimer Society of Canada
Available both in French and English, this is an interesting and informative site of a nonprofit Canadian health organisation to form a nationwide network of service to help Canadians affected by Alzheimer's disease. Their mission, 'help for today', is offered by providing detailed information and support to caregivers through various means. Apart from that, 'hope for tomorrow' is done through funding research into the cause and cure of the disease and by advocating with the government on behalf of those with the disease. They also have a Wandering Registry which helps people with the disease to return home safely after a period of wandering and also discussion forums for caregivers and professionals.