The Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF), established in 1993, is dedicated to reducing the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease by conducting clinical research and providing educational outreach. Its mission is to make available information, from conventional and complementary medicine, that will empower people to build healthy brains.
The Arrowsmith Program
, available in public and private schools in the U.S. and Canada, is a comprehensive suite of cognitive programs for students with learning disabilities that targets 19 areas of the brain that are most commonly involved in learning. The Arrowsmith Program identifies and strengthens the weak cognitive areas that affect learning and each student works on cognitive programs that are individually designed for his or her areas of learning difficulty.
is a team of highly skilled computer scientists, artists, and engineers who are passionate about creating state of the art visualization and interactive experiences for education and research communities. Their design approach, as exemplified by BrainBaseline –the first iPad application that enables cognitive self-monitoring– is guided by a commitment to user-centered design and to a deep understanding of human factors in key subject domains.