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"Without advocacy vulnerable people cannot be heard or given credence...They cannot be supported, protected or defended and their rights will be lost. Without advocacy vulnerable people have no power and will be invisible."

- Michelle O'Flynn, Manager of Old Advocacy Incorporated

As one who lives with Alzheimer's dementia, my mom (#MyFavoriteGirl) can no longer speak and advocate for herself. I am now her voice--speaking up for, supporting, denouncing, and defending the issues and causes that will affect her.  My Voice Matters. Not just  for her, but also for my grandparents, aunts, uncles, and the millions of other persons who have also been affected by this dreadful disease. My voice matters for me, my siblings, my children and future generations. Your Voice Matters, Too!

On this page, you'll find information regarding issues that affect those living with dementia and their caregivers, and ways you can support, speak up, get involved, and let your voice be heard. 

Federal & State Priorities

What can you do? Learn about the bills. Then call and/or email your Elected Officials and ask them to support the bills.

Improve Dementia Education and Training

People living with Alzheimer’s and other dementia face unique health care challenges and often primary care providers are the first clinicians with whom individuals discuss cognition concerns. 

Ask Congress: Renew the National Commitment to Fight Alzheimer's

Advocates are urging Congress to build upon the past decade of progress by updating and expanding the work of the National Alzheimer's Project Act (NAPA),

Help pass the BOLD Reauthorization Act of 2024

The bipartisan BOLD Reauthorization Act of 2024 would renew and strengthen our nation's public health response to Alzheimer’s for another five years.

Find more campaigns and join the Alzheimer's Impact Movement at

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