Top Alzheimer's Site Awards
The Alzheimer's and caregiving experts have spoken! Below are the best of the Internet's sites dedicated to Alzheimer's and dementia as determined by our expert team. These sites include small Web sites and individual blogs and were chosen based on their candid and informative content. In giving these awards, we hope to recognize the individuals and organizations who share our vision in providing comprehensive, interactive and personal healthcare advice. HealthCentral.com would like to congratulate our 2007 winners and sincerely thank them for producing influential sites in the Alzheimer's community.
Minding Our Elders
A blog by writer and caregiver Carol Bradley Bursack to further her mission "to shine light on the isolation often felt by caregivers and seniors and to give them a voice."
The Dementia Caregiver's Toolbox
A great site for news snippits, caregiving tips and product reviews "for professional and family caregivers who want to keep up with the world of dementia care."
My Elder Advocate
This site, dubbed "The meeting place for elder care concerns," is written by a licensed nursing home administrator with 30 years of experience in the business.
This blog shares the experiences of caregiver CK Wilde, a "full-time working mom, sometime school volunteer and online course student." Wilde offers her thoughts about becoming the main caregiver for her father and provides resources for others in similar situations.
KnowItAlz.com is a caregiving blog by Kathy Hatfield, whose father has Alzheimer’s. Her intention, spelled out on her blog, is "to inform you, and if possible, make you laugh."