Skip to content
Speak with a Care Manager Now:


Website Outreach for Families of Alzheimer’s Patients

Online Alzheimer's Outreach for Family Members

When a family member is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it is important to know that you are not alone. Not only are there many people who share your situation, but they are also willing to share their experiences with other families. If you type Alzheimer’s into Google, you will be surprised by how many results pop up for the various outreach websites at your disposal. In this article, you will learn about five of the most useful online resources available to you, your family, and your senior loved one.

1)    The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA)
With AFA, families can use this easy-to-navigate website in order to network with medical and research experts to learn more about the road ahead. It offers information about the disease, introductions for caregivers, and even provides updates on clinical trials. AFA even has a toll-free helpline you can call for any questions or concerns you have.

2)   The Alzheimer’s Association of America (chapters vary by city)
This foundation boasts one of the largest online resources available. The Alzheimer’s Association of America can put families in touch with some of the most reputable doctors who specialize in Alzheimer’s disease, not to mention the various caregiving facilities nearby including home care for Alzheimer’s patients in Cincinnati, OH. Is your family concerned about the cost of medical insurance and assistance for your loved one? Call your local Alzheimer’s Association chapter. They can connect you to people who can help you through any complications your family may face.

3)    The Alzheimer’s Research Forum
At the Alzheimer’s Research Forum website, family members of people with Alzheimer’s can glean more information about the disease in addition to keeping up-to-date with the latest research developments. Although the site is primarily dedicated to doctors and researchers, both family caregivers and those afflicted with Alzheimer’s can utilize the site to determine how to manage the disease.

4)   NIH Senior Health
Established by the National Institutes of Health, this website is designed specifically for seniors in the early stages of Alzheimer’s. Not only is the website easy to navigate, but font sizes and contrast options are available for the visually impaired. Topics and information range from proper diet and exercise to the three stages of Alzheimer’s and how each is treated.

5)   Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center (ADEAR)
For a more technical approach to learning about Alzheimer’s disease, ADEAR’s website houses thousands of literary sources pertaining to the diagnoses and treatment of Alzheimer’s. Additionally, this website allows Alzheimer’s patients and their families to peruse the latest in Alzheimer’s research and even watch videos that visually demonstrate the progression of the disease.

These are only five of the many websites dedicated to Alzheimer’s awareness and outreach. Although these sites are the most popular, there are still other options and networks at your disposal should you require other avenues for research or assistance.

We at Home Care Assistance of Cincinnati, OH, believe that when caregivers are equipped with proper information and knowledge about Alzheimer’s, they are better prepared to provide effective care to their clients or loved ones.  If you are a family caregiver who needs help, please feel free to give us a call at 513.891.2273 and find out how our revolutionary Cognitive Therapeutic Method can be a great resource for your loved one with Alzheimer’s.

Spread the love

Schedule a Consultation Need Help Caring for a Loved One?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

to speak with a Care Manager Now