The Einstein Aging Study (EAS) offers a variety of services that go beyond the scope of research. These services include community outreach and educational programs.
The physicians and professionals associated with the EAS provide the community with lectures and discussion groups. These talks are given to local senior centers and primarily focus on aging and memory function.
Participants enrolled in the EAS can access our physician referral list, which includes specialists who focus on brain aging. These physicians have proven to be effective in dealing with various medical conditions associated with aging.
The professionals associated with the EAS provide information to the media to keep the public informed of research advances.
The EAS offers a complete in-house library of educational and informational materials concerning Alzheimer's and other degenerative neurological disorders.
Aging and Discovery, the EAS newsletter, provides a review of our study's activities. It is also a forum for sharing information about EAS research with the public. Families and subjects enrolled in the EAS are placed on our mailing list.
The EAS cooperates with the Alzheimer's Association and other such organizations to provide services and education to families. We are proud sponsors of the Memory Walk organized by the New York City Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.