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Welcome to our educational videos section. The videos below are short, educational clips of high quality on a variety of topics of interest to the dementia caregiver, early stage person with dementia, family members and professionals. We hope you find these clips helpful.

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The Search for a Cure
Paua Wolfert, Woman on a Mission
Love and Alzheimer's
Question and Answer
African Americans and Alzheimer's
Caregiver Tips
Living with Alzheimer's
Why I Walk to End Alzheimer's
Celebrity Champions

View Alzheimer's Association Research Videos

New York Times story about how early-onset Alzheimer's has affected one family in Columbia and how study of these and similarly diagnosed individuals may help lead to better treatments.


Excellent Video on the Issues and Challenges of Alzheimer's Disease: from the California Southland Chapterin LA. (7:48 Minutes)


The Face of Alzheimers: (2:23 Minutes)
Year in Review: (3:43 Minutes) 

Facinating tour (using 16 interactive slides) explaining how the brain works and how Alzheimer's affects it.
Taking the Tour


The University of California,
San Francisco’s Memory and
Aging Center
has created a new YouTube channel to educate patients, caregivers and health professionals about neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, and to support the caregiver and loved ones as they cope with these illnesses. UCSF’s renowned clinical-researchers discuss disease characteristics – which are often subtle and not well known, even among members of the medical community. Personal stories of patients and family members are also featured, together with practical advice and coping strategies from healthcare professionals.
Also at:

A Quick Look at Alzheimer’s:
Four Pocket Films
(producer: Film One) – Narrated by Tony- and Emmy-award winning actor, and National Alzheimer’s Association board member, David Hyde Pierce, these four very-short animated
films increase understanding of Alzheimer’s through their imagination and portability.Made by David Shenk, author of The Forgetting, in partnership with the Alliance for Aging Research, they were made possible by a grant through the Metlife Foundation.

Caregiving Clips

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The Differences Between Normal
Aging and Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia:  
(1 Minute)

The Importance of an Early Diagnosis: 
(3 Minutes)

Asking for Help: (2 Minutes)
Understanding Behaviors:  
(5 Minutes)
Through a grant from the Retirement Research Foundation, Terra Nova Films has developed a new website,, that carries video-streamed segments of several videos that deal with many of the sensitive and challenging issues involved in family caregiving. 
Communication: (6:28 Minutes)
Simplifying Tasks for the Person with Alzheimer's Disease:  (4 Minutes)

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News Story on Benefits of Support Groups:
(2 Minutes)
Alzheimer's Early Stage Town Hall Meeting Clip: "I got Alzheimer's. So what do you do about it?" (1 minute)

For complete selection of Town Hall Clips click here

My name is Lisa: A teenagers perspective on her mothers early onset Alzheimer's:
(6:27 Minutes)
Early Onset AD Personal Story:
(10:31 Minutes)




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