Alzheimer’s Advocates Travel to Capitol Hill

By Maddison Rametta On May 17, more than 700 advocates donned their purple sashes and returned to Capitol Hill to ensure that Alzheimer’s and all other dementia remain a priority, even after two years away. This year, the Alzheimer’s Impact Movement (AIM) Advocacy Forum focused on four priorities: continuing to make Alzheimer’s a national priority,Continue reading “Alzheimer’s Advocates Travel to Capitol Hill”

Alzheimer’s Wins in the 2022 Florida Legislative Session

By Jennifer Braisted, Director of Government Affairs, Florida On Monday, March 14, the white hankie dropped signaling the end of the 2022 Florida Legislative Session. The 60+ day session was a whirlwind. Fortunately, Alzheimer’s initiatives were prioritized during the Session.  It was an incredibly eventful Session, with many diverse pieces of legislation passing that affectContinue reading “Alzheimer’s Wins in the 2022 Florida Legislative Session”