Resources

This five-year interdisciplinary consortium, funded by the National Institutes of Health, is composed of researchers, individuals living with dementia, family caregivers, and long-term and community-based care providers.

Learn more about how each of these groups can get involved below.

Researchers

Researchers can find current opportunities like calls for papers, grant funding, and upcoming events, as well as opportunities to collaborate with other researchers and view current research and measures relating to the Dementia Care Practice Recommendations
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Individuals and Caregivers

Individuals and caregivers have the opportunity to participate in the LINC-AD Care and Support Advisory Committee as well as the annual LINC-AD webinar. Additional resources provide help and support as well as information on locating other resources.
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Long-Term and Community-Based Providers

Individuals and caregivers have the opportunity to participate in the LINC-AD Care and Support Advisory Committee as well as the annual LINC-AD webinar. Additional resources provide help and support as well as information on locating other resources.
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Become a LINC-AD Affiliate

Sign-up is free. As an affiliate, junior psychosocial researchers in dementia care can connect with other researchers in the field, including learning about grant opportunities, conferences and virtual webinars.