For people with Alzheimer"s disease or another dementia, OHSU offers hope through leading-edge treatment and research. At the C. Rex and Ruth H. Layton Aging and Alzheimer"s Disease Center, you"ll find:
Care from neurologists and other providers with extensive experience and training in brain conditions.
A team approach, with specialists who meet weekly to discuss cases.
Potential access to new Alzheimer"s and dementia therapies in clinical trials.
A wide array of support services for patients and families.
A large team of researchers seeking ways to prevent, cure or improve care for dementias such as Alzheimer"s.
Leadership from an internationally known scientist and doctor, Jeffrey Kaye, M.D., who is an author of hundreds of publications on aging, Alzheimer"s and other dementias.
Understanding Alzheimer"s disease
Diagnosis and treatment, including how to prepare and what to expect at OHSU
Alzheimer"s disease research
Resources for patients and families
Meet our team
Top research center: We are an Alzheimer"s Disease Research Center, among the couple dozen U.S. centers funded by the National Institute on Aging. We"re seeking breakthroughs that could someday cure or prevent Alzheimer"s and other dementias.
National recognition: The Layton Center is part of the OHSU Brain Institute, recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation"s top neurology centers. Our experienced team provides exceptional care tailored to your needs.
Technology to improve at-home care: We work with the Oregon Center for Aging and Technology to finds ways for older people to:
Learn about the expert care and research at the Layton Aging and Alzheimer's Center in Portland, Oregon. We are an elite Alzheimer's Disease Center, with research funding from the National Institute on Aging.Quoted From: https://www.ohsu.edu/brain-institute/alzheimers-disease-and-aging