North Carolina Legislative Update – November 2022

Advocates across North Carolina have been hard at work on state and federal levels to bolster policy priorities and access for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias from a public health perspective.  State Advocacy Progress Alzheimer’s and other dementia have a growing impact on state health systems, budgets, and workforces. By 2050, the number of Americans […]

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North Carolina Legislative Update – March 2022

Advocates across North Carolina have been hard at work on state and federal levels to bolster policy priorities and access to Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias from a public health perspective.  State Advocacy Progress In 2018, a piece of legislation called Building Our Largest Dementia Infrastructure (BOLD) was enacted at the federal level.  This legislation […]

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2021 State and Federal Policy Wins for North Carolina

Thanks to the Alzheimer’s Association’s advocacy and public policy efforts, in the last year, on a state and federal level, individuals, families and communities impacted by Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia have promising new support. Here’s just some of the “wins” we are celebrating as we close out 2021. STATE In 2021, North Carolina […]

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ALZ Advocacy: Why It Matters And Where to Start

As we begin our work to prepare for the 2022 legislative session at the state-level, and with our efforts to engage our federal Members of Congress on legislation impacting Americans with dementia in full swing, now is the perfect time to learn more about what you can do to get involved in our legislative advocacy […]

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January Advocacy Event Kicks off 2021 Legislative Sessions

This January, advocates from all across the Tar Heel state will be coming together to prepare for another year in the fight to #ENDALZ. Please join us as we kick off new legislative sessions both in Raleigh and Washington D.C. This virtual event will outline our advocacy efforts as we look to secure policy wins […]

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