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Alzheimer's Assoc.
The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research.
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 3h
Replying to @MC_Hammer01
You did a great job, Maddie! 💜
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John Funderburk 7h
That’s a lotta ⁦⁦⁩ advocates. In Washington, DC to .
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 4h
“We have to use our voices. The young generation is the one that will .” 2018 Young Advocate of the Year Award Winner
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"Stay positive for your cause. Keep advocating." Millennial advocates encourage their peers in the fight to
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 4h
“I have spent hours with my [elected officials]. I’m fine with being a squeaky wheel and telling my story over and over. I’ll never stop talking about my mom.” Inspiring young advocates share their dedication to the fight to at .
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 4h
“The stories are what translate the most. It’s about being able to connect with someone. There’s no aisle when you’re talking about Alzheimer’s. It’s an issue everyone can relate to.” - on talking to members of Congress
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 5h
. & speak on a Young Advocate panel and share the ways young people can impact policy and create change.
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 5h
“I am an advocate because we need to be relentless in this fight – asking for additional research funding and advocating are just the beginning. By sharing my story, I want people to truly grasp the impact of this disease.” -Katherine Schultz
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 5h
We’re thrilled to welcome our largest group of young advocates ever to ! Tonight, they’ll listen to and share with their peers on how they are fighting to .
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 6h
. shares Alzheimer’s research funding has increased 400%+ in past decade, but more is needed, which is why 1200+ advocates are here to tell Congress to continue funding Alzheimer's research. The fight to is a fight we must win.
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Carol J. Wessels 6h
This is the power of advocacy.
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Alz. Assoc. MN-ND 6h
"Use your eyes to be inspired. We have 1,200 advocates who are going to turn Capitol Hill purple on Tuesday. Use your voice to let your story be heard. Washington works for you." - Wrapping up day 1 of .
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 6h
WASHINGTON appropriated funds to support state Alzheimer's plan implementation efforts.
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 6h
NEW MEXICO Dept of Health committed to educating the public about the importance of brain health and released a PSA.
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IDAHO increased Medicaid reimbursement by more than $5M to Assisted Living and Memory Care communities to increase access to care for people with dementia.
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WYOMING developed a State Plan on Alzheimer's!
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UTAH appropriated more than $1 million towards aging services including $250,000 to increase Alzheimer's public awareness efforts statewide.
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OREGON passed legislation that requires dementia training standards for professional caregivers in licensed settings.
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 6h
NEVADA made the Legislative Task Force on Alzheimer's permanent, and established an interim committee to study behavioral and cognitive care needs of older persons.
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Alzheimer's Assoc. 6h
MONTANA passed a Medicaid Waiver Slot Expansion bill that ads 200 slots for HCBS services for the elderly.
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