UC San Diego Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Resources
The oncoming epidemic of Alzheimer's disease is staggering to consider. It will have an enormous impact on our personal lives, our communities, and our nation. Watch our videos to explore treatment options, innovations in research, and much more.
UC San Diego Stein Institute for Research on Aging is dedicated to the development and application of the latest advances in biomedical and behavioral science knowledge to issues of successful (healthy) aging and the prevention and reduction of the burden of disability and disease in late life.
Currents is published three times a year electronically and in print. Readers learn about new clinical trials, research advances, innovative programs and ideas for healthy aging.
Perspectives is a quarterly newsletter written for people with dementia that addresses the concerns, reflections, and coping skills of individuals with Alzheimer's or related memory disorders.
National Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Resources
Clinical Trials for Alzheimer's Disease
More investigational drugs are being studied now than ever. Help us beat Alzheimer's disease – volunteer for a clinical trial today.
Clinical Drug Trials
Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center is the government's leading resource on Alzheimer's disease. Find information on causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, risk factors, research and prevention.
The Alzheimer's Association advances research to end Alzheimer's and dementia, while enhancing care for those living with these diseases.
This website reports on the latest scientific findings, from basic research to clinical trials, and seeks to break down barriers across the numerous disciplines that can contribute to the global effort to cure Alzheimer's disease.
Find out how moderate to severe dementia affects driving. This webpage is part of the California DMV website and provides information on knowledge tests and special driving tests.