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Our Chapter is pleased to offer a variety of books and media that can be helpful to those dealing with Alzheimer's disease. This online catalog contains book, and DVD titles from our Chapter Resource Center, arranged by either alphabetically or by category with annotated topic(s) to further assist in selecting items of interest. The Williamsburg branch office has some of these resources and some different ones as well (we plan to specify those in a future website edition).
 
If you are interested in checking out a book or DVD, or coming to the office to browse, we ask that you call 800.272.3900 to be sure the library space will be open at the time you are visiting (we sometimes hold meetings there) or to verify that a specific item is available. Items can be signed out for two weeks at a time; prompt return helps keep the circulation going!
 
In the Chapter library, the books are shelved by category and the DVDs by title. Both the books and DVDs are color-coded to the relevant Category, to ease browsing and shelving. We hope you will find the catalog a useful tool for accessing the wonderful resources available. Please email us with any questions, feedback, or to submit a review of a book or DVD for publication in our support group newsletter at infoseva@alz.org.

Special thanks to our wonderful volunteer, Bob Fanning, who keeps our library organized!


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