Alzheimer's & Dementia Outreach, Recruitment & Engagement Resources
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You’ve Got a Friend in Me: How Cognitively Unimpaired Older Adults Select a Study Partner to Participate With Them in Alzheimer’s Disease ResearchThis research article describes how Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial participants view the role of the study partner and how their view informs the selection process.
- The Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center has created several guidebooks that aim to educate patients and their families on a variety of topics.
- The Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center offers downloadable activity booklets for both older adults experiencing memory loss and their families.
- A collection of videos from the Johns Hopkins Alzheimer's Disease Research Center that helps raise awareness and provide education on Alzheimer's and research.
- Find resources for raising awareness about Alzheimer's and helpful tips for caregivers from the University of Alabama.
- The Mesulam Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center offers a monthly email newsletter that includes information and resources on dementia.
- This booklet for research participants, patients, caregivers, and families provides information on brain health and Alzheimer's disease.
- The Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center offers an eight-page guide for primary caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease.
- This customizable flyer is designed for community agencies to share critical information about COVID-19, including why older adults and people with chronic conditions are at higher risk, symptoms of COVID-19, what to do if someone gets sick, and ways to spot and avoid COVID-19 scams. Designed to be easy to distribute, for example during wellness checks, the two-sided flyer is also customizable so agencies can add their logo and contact information to the back page.
- This webpage provides guidance for caregiving during COVID-19. Information includes facts about COVID-19, handwashing and sanitizing, cleaning the home, self-care, social distancing, home engagement opportunities and managing medical care. A similar resource was posted by several Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centers (ADRCs) to communicate with research participants and the ADRC’s community members.