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One of the things that sets the Memory Center apart is the support we provide to both patients and families in the form of individual care but also with a monthly social club, books, web links, podcasts, and an advisory council. We hope you find them helpful.
A monthly social club for patients, spouse, partners and caregivers.
Center faculty talk about topics of interest and family members share their experiences in these mini-broadcasts.
Listen or download audio podcasts.
Patient and Family Council
Join the Patient and Family Council to share your experiences and influence the Center's programs. Learn more
Called to Care®: A Program For Family Caregivers helps prepare and support individuals caring for loved ones with health-related needs or limitations. The program offers assistance in several ways: supportive services, education, and partnerships with local agencies, organizations and faith communities.
The second edition of Practical Dementia Care, a widely read and well-respected manual written by Center faculty members, teaches physicians, nurses, psychologists, and therapists caring for Alzheimer’s patients details of the Johns Hopkins model or dementia care.
The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Persons Caring for Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease, first published in 1981, is the groundwork for Center’s commitment to public education. Co-authored by Memory Center faculty member, Dr. Peter V. Rabins, the book was the first of its kind. Now in its fifth edition, the book remains a definitive resource for families.