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One of the greatest challenges physicians and healthcare professionals face is responding to someone experiencing dementia and their family. The Alzheimer's Association has developed information and resources to assist physicians and healthcare professionals. 

Dementia Care Training and Certification

  • The essentiALZ training program and certification offers an affordable, all-in-one opportunity for new and experienced professional care workers.
  • AlzTogether Micro-Learning Series developed by the Alzheimer’s Association provides short videos to address current issues in the recognition and diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease in primary care settings. 

Free Website Marketing Opportunities

Promote your housing or senior service in the Alzheimer's Association's Community Resource Finder free of charge. This tool provides a convenient and easy way to search online for housing by location, care services, amenities, costs, availability and a variety of other criteria based on your specific needs. The Alzheimer’s Association does not endorse these listings, but offers a way to connect people to services.

For Professional Researchers

The Alzheimer’s Association is committed to accelerating the global effort to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease. One of the Association’s most significant responsibilities is to continue its leadership as a catalyst and convener, bringing professional researchers together to accelerate the pace of discovery toward methods of treatment, prevention and, ultimately, a cure. 

Alzheimer’s Association Business Consortium (AABC)

AABC members work in areas of common interest pre-competitively to advance both the field of dementia research and the goals of its member organizations. They provide leadership and direction to the group’s areas of focus, which include, but are not limited to, collaborations, recognition and visibility, and knowledge and information sharing.

Research Grants 

Our grant program supports investigators at every professional stage and includes categories designed to address gaps in research efforts.