LINC-AD is a five-year consortium funded by the National Institutes of Health that will undertake a series of high-impact activities to usher in the next phase of psychosocial research in Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders, ultimately leading to improved care and outcomes. Recognizing the importance of an interdisciplinary approach, the consortium is composed of researchers as well as individuals with dementia and their care partners, including family members and long-term and community-based providers.

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The Overarching Goal

LINC-AD’s overarching goal is to broaden interdisciplinary interest in measuring person-centered outcomes that foster a constructive balance between strengths and deficits assessment; add a new emphasis on evidence-based tools to guide structures and processes of care; and provide a novel conceptual framework to inform measurement and care.

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LINC-AD In the News

 

Alzheimer’s Association Receives $1.34 Million NIH Grant to Enhance Psychosocial Research for Dementia Care

Alzheimer's Association

 

$1.34M Grant Will Be Used to Broaden Psychosocial Research into Dementia Care

Alzheimer’s News Today

 

Alzheimer's Association Awarded NIH Grant for Psychosocial Dementia Care Research

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