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Monoclonal amyloid antibody infusions for Alzheimer’s Disease (aducanumab, and lecanemab): Frequently Asked Questions (last updated 07JULY2023) We understand that many of our patients and families have questions regarding new medicines for Alzheimer’s disease (aducanumab, donanemab, and lecanemab). Please see below…

Alzheimer’s, dementia hitting Black communities hard. Researchers hope this tool will help.

(January 25, 2022 at 9:02 am EST By African-Americans make up 13% of the population nationwide, yet they bear a third of the cost of caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s. While Alzheimer’s disease is the most common, it’s not…

Join Our Caregiving During Crisis Program

Are You a Caregiver for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or a Related Illness? Enroll in our Caregiving During Crisis Program. This program was designed to help caregivers adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic and other crises. Our Emory University research team…

Resources for Care Partners

You Are Not Alone on Your Alzheimer’s Disease Journey Here are some resources for Care Partners and people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia doesn’t just affect the life of the person…

Grab-N-Go Resource

Hopefully, you’ll never need a trip to the emergency room. But if you, or the person you care for, has dementia it’s best to be prepared. A trip to the emergency room is already difficult. Not having access to all…

Rideshare Safety Tips

If you or your person use rideshare services, follow these rules. Are you a Care Partner—sometimes called a Caregiver? Do you assist in the care of a family member or a loved one with a chronic illness or disability? If…

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Georgia Memory Net at a Glance

What is Georgia Memory Net and why does it exist? There’s so much information about Alzheimer’s and related dementias in Georgia, and how to diagnose and treat them, that it can become overwhelming. We’ve done our best to simplify the info into a clear one-page infographic.

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