The Alzheimer’s Caregiver® Encyclopedia




 


The Alzheimer’s Caregiver® Encyclopedia is a dynamic multimedia knowledge-management system, which supports researchers, academics, institutions and the bedside caregivers in teaching and learning. More importantly it provides an entryway to an integrated body of Alzheimer’s care research and the means to personally organize this vast array of Alzheimer’s care information through its related applications.


Available Free for Non-Profits and Underserved Communities – Available in English & Spanish




SUPPORTED BY GRANTS FROM THE
NATIONAL INSTITUTES of HEALTH AND THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE on AGING



This educational program is available from The Alzheimer’s Caregiver® Encyclopedia provides 2200 pages of 32 in-depth modules on topics of 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.

 

Breadth and Depth: The breadth and depth of all the content within The Alzheimer’s Caregiver® consists of: (i) 2200 pages amounting to 100 hours of translated research material, (ii) 380,000 words of basic text consisting of 1560 Translated Text sections, (iii) 50 hours of VOs consisting of 1532 Translated Voiceover sections, (iv) 850 photographs each of which depicts a specific teaching point, (v) 88 videos averaging 30 seconds to 1 minute in length, as with the photos each video also depict specific teaching points, and (vi) 68 quizzes to enhance our Problem Based Learning method for the caregiver.

Today The Alzheimer’s Research and Resource Foundation serves individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease their families, health care professionals and administrators, and the general public throughout the World.