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Our Resource Center is filled with books, videos and materials to assist caregivers and those with Alzheimer's disease. We offer printed materials, videos and DVDs explaining the disease process and offer tips for caring for those with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. All materials are available for checkout free of charge.

We have Resource Centers in both our Columbia and Springfield offices.

For more information about our Resource Centers you may contact Amanda De La Mater at the Columbia office,  or Lisa Thompson at the Springfield office,

Welcome to the Virtual Library

The Green-Field Library, located at the national office of the Alzheimer’s Association in Chicago, IL, is the nation's largest library and resource center devoted to increasing knowledge about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

Search our Collection

Find materials in the Green-Field Library collection by searching our Online Catalog. Once you find what you need, learn how to borrow from us.

View Catalog How to Borrow

Resources Chosen by Experts

The library produces comprehensive resource lists on frequently requested topics, including our Jumpstarters, the new Early Stage resource list, and a selection of the best websites related to Alzheimer's disease. Items have been chosen by our expert library staff.

> View the Resources List

Available DVDs to Check Out

The Green-Field Library has many DVDs covering topics like how to care for someone in the middle to late stage of Alzheimer’s, activities of daily living, and Alzheimer’s disease dos and don'ts. DVDs can be requested by choosing one of the three options on the How to Borrow page.

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