Your donation provides our educational program, The Alzheimer’s Caregiver® Encyclopedia, to financially challenged families and individuals as well as qualified not for profits in the U.S. and throughout the world.
What is The Alzheimer’s Caregiver®: The Alzheimer’s Caregiver® Encyclopedia provides 2200 pages of 32 in-depth modules on topics of critical importance to caregivers, including a vast array of videos, photographs, animated graphics and quizzes, all depicting specific teaching points that reinforce learning and understanding of the caregiving strategies and tips.
These online materials include a vast array of videos, photographs, animated graphics and quizzes, all depicting specific teaching points to reinforce learning and understanding of the caregiving strategies.
The Foundation takes the most recent academic and scientific research relevant to dementia and Alzheimer’s care and “translates” it into language, concepts and terminology that are easily understood by the greatest majority of caregivers of diverse language and cultural backgrounds. Fundamentally, The Alzheimer’s Caregiver® Encyclopedia and AD Research and Care Program brings the knowledge and talent of internationally renowned physicians and other health care professionals to an overall under-served population, who otherwise would never have that opportunity, throughout the United States, the Americas and the world.
The Alzheimer’s Caregiver® consists of:
- 2,200 pages of translated material
- 380,000 words of basic text
- 50 hours of VO’s
- 850 photographs each of which depicts a specific teaching point
- 88 videos averaging 30 seconds to 1 minute in length
- 68 quizzes to enhance our Problem Based Learning method
Your donations give caregivers the resources they need to provide the most effective care to the over 44.4 million individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s worldwide.