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Too Young to Forget

Too Many to be Forgotten

We promote education, community, support, and research to improve the lives of individuals and families with early onset familial Alzheimer's disease. 


Caregiving for EOFAD patients has its own unique challenges given the age and stage of life EOFAD patients find themselves in at the time of their diagnosis. Here, we provide a place for caregivers to connect, share caregiving tips, and navigate nuanced legal and financial matters for better care of their loved ones.


Research Participation

Are you interested in becoming actively involved in Alzheimer’s research? Here, we address topics related to Alzheimer’s research and participation, including: What is currently being done in Alzheimer’s research? How can EOFAD patients and families become research participants? What does joining a clinical trial look like?


Genetic Testing

Are you at-risk of inheriting an EOFAD mutation and considering genetic testing? Deciding whether you should get testing done or not can be difficult. How do you know if you are ready to know your genetic status? Here, we generated a list of resources to help make the most informed decision about this process.


Newly Diagnosed 

Have you, a parent or family member recently been diagnosed with EOFAD? Finding out that EOFAD runs in your family can be overwhelming. Here, we created a list of resources that can help answer your initial questions about this disease and the EOFAD experience.


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The documents and resources contained in this website are presented for information purposes only. The material is in no way intended to replace professional medical care by a qualified specialist and should not be used as a basis for diagnosis or treatment.

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