NEW YORK, March 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --- The Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation is delighted to announce the launch of a totally redesigned website for the Alzheimer's community, http://www.ALZinfo.org.
Visitors to the site will find the look to be inviting and sophisticated. The site's usability and navigation has been simplified to make it very user friendly. A special feature is ALZTalk. Like MySpace or Facebook, ALZTalk is a fun social networking environment that utilizes all the advantages of web 2.0 technologies complete with user profiles, forums and chat rooms. One community member, Mary from Canada, wrote: "I have met so many wonderful people here...and it's so nice to be able to share ideas and get some much needed support."
The new site provides users with a thorough overview of Alzheimer's, a disease which currently affects 5 million Americans. The website also includes Alzheimer's treatments, current research, where to find clinical trials, expert reviewed news, caregiver information, free access to Preserving Your Memory: the Magazine of Health and Hope, and more.
Echoing the sentiments of all parties involved in the site's construction, Michael Stern, Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation president commented, "Giving the ever-evolving content and information regarding Alzheimer's, we find that the new website design is both informative and accessible - a combination that is all too rare in our complex, increasingly technology-driven world."
http://www.ALZinfo.org is a tool of the Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research
Foundation to educate people about this devastating disease. The mission of
the website is to educate, engage and create an online community with 24
hours a day, 7 days a week acc
|SOURCE Alzheimer's Research Foundation|
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