Patient Education 
We encourage our patients to learn about health-related topics by reading information gathered by Geriatrics & Adult Psychiatry professionals. This page gives you online access to materials that can alter health behaviors and improve overall well being.

The value of patient education can be summarized as follows:
  • Improved understanding of medical conditions, diagnosis, disease, or disability
  • Helping patients decide the best plan of action
  • Increasing opportunities for treatment acceptance
  • Enabling patients to assume responsibility for their own health care
  • Increasing patient trust, satisfaction, and loyalty
  • Providing patients with the opportunity to practice prevention techniques at home
  • Ensuring continuity of care between appointments.
  • Improving communication between you and your patients

What Is Alzheimer's? | Alzheimer’s Association
Stages of Alzheimer's | Alzheimer’s Association
Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease | Alzheimer’s Association
Alzheimer TrialMatch | Alzheimer’s Association
What Is Dementia? | Alzheimer’s Association

Different Types of Dementia | Healthline

10 Types of Dementia | Alzheimer's Association

Geriatric Depression | Healthline
Older Adults and Depression | National Institute of Mental Health

Anxiety and Older Adults | Geriatric Mental Health Foundation

Anxiety and Older Adults | Mental Health America

Caregiver Facts and Information | Alzheimer's Foundation of America

10 Symptoms of Caregiver Stress | Alzheimer's Association

Alzheimer's Disease and Caregiving | Family Caregiver Alliance

Geriatric & Adult Psychiatry
Working Together to Manage Mild to Moderate
Alzheimer's Disease