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The Yale Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center was funded in 2015 by the National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Aging (NIA). P30AGO66508. It is one of 32 Centers in the United States, supported by the NIA. The goal of these centers is to bring researchers together to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and other related diseases. Commitment to education of researchers, patients, families and the community affected by Alzheimer’s and related diseases, benefits the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of these diseases.

Patient/Caregiver Resources

Yale Memory Disorders Clinic
At this collaborative clinic, our physicians are committed to working with specialists from across Yale Medicine to confront the many challenges of neurodegenerative disease. Visit the Clinic's website for more information and patient resources.

Yale ADRU Caregiver Support Group
The Yale ADRU offers a free Caregiver Support Group that meets monthly on the first Tuesday of the month at 1:15 PM at One Church Street, Suite 600, 6th floor. For more information, contact Susan Good, APRN at 203-764-8100 or

The Dorothy Adler Geriatric Assessment Center