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The Alliance for Aging Research is the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the pace of scientific discoveries and their application to vastly improve the universal human experience of aging and health.
The films are tools to help a wide variety of individuals understand and explain the disease: doctors, nurses, caregivers, family members, social workers, public health advocates, scientists, judges, attorneys and teachers. They can be viewed anywhere at anytime: a doctors office, a Congressional hallway, a family living room. Anywhere a person can ask questions about Alzheimers disease, here are some answers. To view
Washington, D.C., September 4, 2014 This Sunday, September 7, we celebrate National Grandparents Day to honor the special bond these more than 70 million individuals have with their grandchildren. Many play a primary role in their grandchildrens lives. More than 5.4 million children are being raised in households headed by grandparents, and one in eight grandparents care for a grandchild on
September 11th, 2014Alliance Celebrates 21st Annual Dinner
September 4th, 2014This Grandparents Day Put Your Medications Up and Away
Join the Alliance for Aging Research as we honor those who are helping to advance the science of human aging for our 21st Annual Bipartisan Congressional Awards Dinner: Event Chair: Allan M. Fox, FOXKISER Claude Pepper Award for Advancing Healthy Aging Honorable Bill Nelson, United States Senate SenatorOrrin Hatch Award for Advancing Healthy Aging Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr., Purdue University Silver Innovator Award Jay Walker, TEDMED Indispensable Person of the Year