Brain Health for All Communities

The disproportionate impact of Alzheimer’s disease on people of color and women is creating ripple effects across families and communities.

Tailored information is critical to empowering families and communities to make brain healthy choices.

Prevent Alzheimer's disease through community support.
Prevent Alzheimer's disease through community support.
Prevent Alzheimer's disease through community support.

UsAgainstAlzheimer’s Center for Brain Health Equity Resources

We partner with health equity experts, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and community-based organizations to get you information tailored to your community.

Helping Put Your Brain Health In Your Hands

UsAgainstAlzheimer’s provides information and resources to help anyone seeking to take control of their cognitive health.

Eat Healthy Food

Healthy food makes a big difference for brain health. Find out the right foods for healthy aging, learn how to find them on a budget, and try some sample menus.

Get Exercise and Stay Fit

Staying fit helps keep the brain healthy. Learn how to make an exercise plan that is right for you.

Get Enough Sleep

Sleep helps reduce the buildup of proteins associated with Alzheimer’s disease. It also helps you feel better and keeps your immune system healthy. Learn more about the link between Alzheimer’s and sleep, and how you can get your brain the rest it needs.

Keep in Touch

Staying in touch helps keep the brain healthy. Research shows that talking to people and spending time with friends and family can slow rates of memory problems. Learn how you can help your loved one to get these benefits.

Take Care of Common Health Problems

Your brain health depends on your body’s health. It’s important to take care of other conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes and depression. This can help to prevent memory loss and cognitive decline.

Eat Healthy Food

Healthy food makes a big difference for brain health. Find out the right foods for healthy aging, learn how to find them on a budget, and try some sample menus.

Get Exercise and Stay Fit

Staying fit helps keep the brain healthy. Learn how to make an exercise plan that is right for you.

Get Enough Sleep

Sleep helps reduce the buildup of proteins associated with Alzheimer’s disease. It also helps you feel better and keeps your immune system healthy. Learn more about the link between Alzheimer’s and sleep, and how you can get your brain the rest it needs.

Keep in Touch

Staying in touch helps keep the brain healthy. Research shows that talking to people and spending time with friends and family can slow rates of memory problems. Learn how you can help your loved one to get these benefits.

Take Care of Common Health Problems

Your brain health depends on your body’s health. It’s important to take care of other conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes and depression. This can help to prevent memory loss and cognitive decline.

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