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March 25, 2020
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Legislation to help people with younger-onset dementia signed into law
The president has signed into law the Supporting Older Americans Act of 2020, which includes key provisions of the Alzheimer's Association-endorsed Younger-Onset Alzheimer's Disease Act. This bipartisan legislation will improve health outcomes for individuals living with younger-onset dementia and their families.

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Stay connected during COVID-19 with our online community
Living with Alzheimer's or caring for someone with the disease may make you feel alone. ALZConnected®, powered by the Alzheimer's Association, is a free online community where everyone affected by Alzheimer's or another dementia can safely share their concerns and get advice. During these challenging times, ALZConnected is also a place to find tips and resources for navigating the COVID-19 crisis.
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Chris Daughtry featured in new issue of ALZ magazine
After losing his grandmother to Alzheimer's, Chris Daughtry — frontman of his eponymous, chart-topping rock band, Daughtry — has become a vocal supporter in the fight against the disease. The Grammy-nominated artist discusses his commitment to the Alzheimer's cause in the new issue of ALZ magazine.
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