Donate by 12/31
Home | News | Events | Press | Contact  

Find your chapter:

search by state

Ask a Librarian
Expert answers to your questions.

Online Catalog
Search our collection.

How to Borrow
Three easy ways to get materials

Free Videos
Download free videos on Alzheimer's, care, and advocacy.

Follow Us

RSS
What's new in the library? Subscribe to our web feed.

Feedback
Send us a comment or suggestion.

Weekly e-newsletter
Sign up to receive the latest news in advances in Alzheimer's research, care and treatments.

 

Most popular Web pages

10 Warning Signs

Brain Tour

Alzheimerís disease basics

What is dementia?

Caregiver Center

 

Online Catalog & the 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.

Before you get started, here's what's in the catalog: Titles of books, journals and some clips of videos.

What's not in the catalog? Full text of books or articles.

Start your search

Choose from three methods of searching:

  • Simple Search
  • Browse Search
  • Power Search
  • Filtered Search (begins with, contains or ends with a search term)

Search tips: 
Find VHS and DVD formats quickly by searching on the word "videorecording".

  More information on searching the online catalog (PDF)


You can also find books in your local library through WorldCat.

Search now for an item in libraries near you:

Learn more about WorldCat


Try our e-books

For information related to medicine and gerontology, contact us for access to 20 e-Books you can search. Subject areas cover neurologic and genetic disorders, public health and aging, senior health and caregiving, nursing, nutrition, alternative medicine, surgery and medical tests, bioethics, and death and dying.

Email for access (type "e-Books" in the subject line) or dial 312.335.9602 or 800.272.3900 (ask to be transferred to the Green-Field Library).

 


 

Alzheimer's Association

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.