Dr. Allen Power
Expert in Senior Care & Aging®
G. Allen Power is an internist, geriatrician, and clinical associate professor
of medicine at the University of Rochester. He is also a Certified Eden
Alternative® Educator, a member of the Eden Alternative board of directors
and an international educator on transformation models of care for older
adults, particularly those living with changing cognitive abilities. The
Eden Alternative is a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of elders
and those who care for them.
Dr. Power’s book, Dementia Beyond Drugs: Changing the Culture of Care was named a 2010 Book of the Year by the American Journal of Nursing. He served on the technical advisory panel for the U. S. Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services for their national antipsychotic reduction initiative. Dr. Power was interviewed for the filmAlive Inside, winner of the Audience Award for Best U.S. Documentary at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. He was a member of the Scientific Program Committee for Alzheimer’s Disease International 2015 in Perth, Western Australia, and a keynote speaker at the event.
Dr. Power received a 2012 Bellagio Fellowship from the Rockefeller Foundation for his work with Dr. Emi Kiyota on innovative responses to global aging, and was named one of “Five Leaders of Tomorrow” by Long-Term Living Magazine in May 2013. He serves in an advisory capacity for the Dementia Action Alliance, Dementia Care Australia, The South Africa Care Forum, Ibasho, and the Music and Memory project.
Dr. Power’s new book, Dementia Beyond Disease: Enhancing Well-Being was released by Health Professions Press in June, 2014.
Dementia Beyond Disease
Living an Independent Life Without Isolation
Doctor Knows Best: Getting Advice from a Doctor on Choosing Home Care
Alzheimer's Disease: Whose Fault Is It?
Dignity: What It Is, Why It Matters and How to Express It
The State of Dementia Today
Dementia & Quality In-Home Care
Caregiving: The Importance of Engagement
Our Experts Answer Your Questions About Dementia Care
Could You Be Caring Wrong?
Living With Alzheimer's Disease
What Is Well-Being?