Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

If you or a loved has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, you’re far from alone. Over 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia, and millions more have a family member or loved one living with it. While every situation is unique, expert guidance can start you on the way towards managing day-to-day life with Alzheimer’s.

Alzheimer's patient accessing resources for managing their symptoms.
Alzheimer's patient accessing resources for managing their symptoms.
Alzheimer's patient accessing resources for managing their symptoms.

Helping Make Life with Alzheimer’s More Livable

UsAgainstAlzheimer’s provides resources to help people with Alzheimer’s and their loved ones understand the disease, enjoy a better quality of life, and undo negative misconceptions about the disease.

Understanding the Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, knowing how to plan for the future starts with a better understanding of the stages of the disease.

Tips for Daily Life with Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is different for each person. But millions of people and families are going through the same kinds of changes and problems. Find out tips for taking care of someone with Alzheimer’s.

Research & Clinical Trials

A clinical trial is research to test new medicines, diagnostics, care, or risk reduction programs. If your loved one joins a clinical trial, they may get to use new medicines, testing, care, or risk reduction programs. These trials also help move us all towards better care and treatment for Alzheimer’s.

Breaking Down the Stigma

It’s not uncommon for someone diagnosed with Alzheimer’s to feel like they’re being treated differently by people around them. That’s why changing perceptions and educating others on the facts about Alzheimer’s is so important.

Understanding the Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, knowing how to plan for the future starts with a better understanding of the stages of the disease.

Tips for Daily Life with Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is different for each person. But millions of people and families are going through the same kinds of changes and problems. Find out tips for taking care of someone with Alzheimer’s.

Research & Clinical Trials

A clinical trial is research to test new medicines, diagnostics, care, or risk reduction programs. If your loved one joins a clinical trial, they may get to use new medicines, testing, care, or risk reduction programs. These trials also help move us all towards better care and treatment for Alzheimer’s.

Breaking Down the Stigma

It’s not uncommon for someone diagnosed with Alzheimer’s to feel like they’re being treated differently by people around them. That’s why changing perceptions and educating others on the facts about Alzheimer’s is so important.

Living with Alzheimer’s Resource Center

Learn to manage the adjustments that are part of living with Alzheimer’s with reliable information from trusted sources.

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Post-Diagnosis: What to Expect Next