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Taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer's can be a difficult, stressful, and a daunting task all by yourself.

Put your mind at ease knowing that we are here to help. Basic home security can deter wandering into unwanted places or even outside. At KeylessEntryLocks, find indoor keypad door locks for Alzheimer patients and those caring for their loved ones.

Other precautions can help prevent stressful situations. Err on the side of caution, be prepared, educate yourself. Below you will find some helpful websites regarding the home care of Alzheimer's patients as well as other helpful resources, groups and businesses. Use them to find the information you need to keep your loved one safe.

And let us know if you know of other reputable businesses that have good products you would like us to add. If you know of a quality website , please Contact Us with a suggestion. If we think it is appropriate, we’ll add it to this list.

  1. The Alzheimer's Store

    The Alzheimer's Store is dedicated to providing unique products and information for those caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease. Every product in the store has been carefully selected to make living with Alzheimer's disease as easy as possible.

  2. Alzheimers Association- caring for Alzheimers

    No two people experience Alzheimer’s disease in the same way. As a result, there's no one approach to caregiving. Your responsibilities can range from making financial decisions, managing changes in behavior, to helping a loved one.

  3. Family Caregivers Alliance

    Taking care of a loved one with Alzheimers or memory loss can be tough. The Family Caregivers Alliance provides information on how to make this task a little bit easier.

  4. National Institute on Aging

    Information, tips, and resource lists on caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease at home, by family members or home care professionals. Resources in English and Spanish.

  5. Alzheimer's Association

    What Is Dementia? Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. Memory loss is an example. Alzheimer's is the most common type of dementia.


    Alzheimer's disease--often called "the long good-bye"--is the most common form of dementia, causing gradually increasing problems with memory, judgment, and thinking. There's currently.

  7. California Registry- Caring for Alzheimers Patients

    Alzheimer's is the most common type of dementing disease afflicting the elderly. There are approximately 4 million elderly suffering from this disease. It is a slow, progressive and ultimately fatal disease. While much research has been done and many things about the disease are coming to light there is at present no drugs in testing which will halt or reverse the course of the disease, only retard its progression in a percentage of those who have the disease. There is hope, however, that the research now.

  8. was first published way back in 2002 but unfortunately, it is no longer a working website. Below is a link to an article that explains what happened to NIHSeniorHealth.  In addition, since all of the health-related content on that site is no longer available, there is a curated list of the best health resources for seniors.

  9. Alzheimer's symptoms grow worse over time, and there is no way to predict how quickly the disease will progress or exactly how behavior will change. Managing the basic activities of daily living -- eating, talking, sleeping, finding things to do -- can be hard for both the person with Alzheimer's and the caregiver, especially as the disease becomes more severe. Here are some tips that may help you cope.
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  10. Help Guide- Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

    Caring for a person with Alzheimer's disease at home is a challenging task that can become overwhelming at times. Each day brings new demands and opportunities as the caregiver copes with changing levels of ability and new patterns of behavior.

  11. Alzheimer's Foundation of America

    Our mission is ”to provide optimal care and services to individuals confronting dementia, and to their caregivers and families—through member organizations dedicated to improving quality of life.” Caregiving Tips: Strategies for Success


    Caring for a person with Alzheimer's disease is a challenge that calls upon the patience, creativity, knowledge, and skills of each caregiver. We hope that this booklet will help you cope with some of these challenges and develop creative solutions to increase the security and freedom of the person with Alzheimer's in your home, as well as your own peace of mind.

  13. Our Dental Care Blog

    If you area looking for general dementia care information, you might also be interested in specific advice like oral health. Here's an article to view:
    Improving Oral Health For Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease