The National Resource Center on Alzheimer's disease

January 1992
Aging;1992, Issue 363/364, p2
Reports that from Maine to California, the National Resource Center on Alzheimer's disease (NRC/AD) has been helping state and area agencies on aging improve programs and services for Alzheimer's victims and their family caregivers. The National Resource Center on Alzheimer's disease was established in 1988 with funding support from the Administration on Aging. What the NRC/AD Knowledgebase allows the Center to do; What areas training and technical assistance are provided for; More.


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