Also, the ADEAR
Center has two booklets that may be helpful: "The Caregiver Guide" and "Home Safety.
For the most current listing of the ADCs, visit the ADEAR
Center's website: www.
Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center (ADEAR
): Part of the National Institutes on Health, ADEAR
offers information for patients, caregivers and professionals, and identifies state, regional, and federally funded services available in the community.
To find out more about these studies, contact the NIA's ADEAR Center at 1-800-438-4380 or visit the ADEAR Center website at www.
To get a list of these centers, contact the ADEAR Center.
Center offers information about diagnosis, treatment, patient care, caregiver needs, long-term care, education and training, and AD research.
Center, part of the NIA, provides publications and information on AD, including booklets on caregiving, fact sheets and reports on research findings, a database of clinical trials, recommended reading lists, and the Progress Report on Alzheimer's Disease.
gov, or call the ADEAR Center toll-free at 1-800-438-4380.
People who are interested in joining the Neuroimaging Initiative or an AD clinical trial should contact the ADEAR Center at www.
See page 20 for information on contacting the ADEAR Center and a variety of other helpful organizations.
The ADEAR Center offers the booklet, Home Safety for People with Alzheimer's Disease, which lists many helpful tips.
NIA funds ADEAR
to provide information, publications, referrals, a