The Alzheimer’s Association website, alz.org®, is a rich resource designed to inform and educate multiple audiences, including those living with the disease, caregivers, volunteers, and professional health care providers. Its content covers everything from the basics of Alzheimer’s to support groups to global research efforts.
- 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Disease (PDF)
- Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease (PDF)
- Driving (PDF)
The moving force behind the work of the American Diabetes Association is a network of more than 565,000 volunteers, a membership of more than 540,000 people with diabetes, their families and caregivers, a professional society of nearly 20,000 health care professionals, as well as more than 250 staff members.
From humble beginnings, the American Heart Association has grown into the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke.
The American Stroke Association is a division of the American Heart Association.
Stroke is the No. 2 cause of death worldwide and a leading cause of disability. The American Stroke Association is a relentless force for a healthier world with fewer strokes. It funds innovative research, fights for stronger public health policies, and provides lifesaving tools and information.
The Dallas-based association was created in 1998 as a division of the American Heart Association.
FacingDisability.com was specifically created to connect families who suddenly have to deal with a spinal cord injury to people like them who have already been there.
HealthinAging.org is a trusted source for up-to-date information and advice on health and aging, created by the American Geriatrics Society’s Health in Aging Foundation.
Through the Health in Aging Foundation, it advances a commitment to helping older adults and caregivers maintain health, independence, and quality of life. HealthinAging.org features education materials for older adults and caregivers, as well as information on finding a geriatrics healthcare professional in your area. These tools have been reviewed by geriatrics healthcare professionals and members of the American Geriatrics Society (AGS)—a community of experts in the care we all need as we age.
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