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January 18, 2023
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Take action to ensure access to FDA-approved Alzheimer’s treatments
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is restricting access to new U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved treatments for Alzheimer's. Every FDA-approved drug is covered by Medicare, except those for Alzheimer's. Join us and take action by asking Congress to call on CMS to change this decision.

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ALZ Talks: Healthy habits for your brain
ALZ Talks is our monthly online series featuring conversations about Alzheimer’s and other dementias. On Jan. 31, learn how healthier habits can lower your risk of cognitive decline and possibly dementia, and find out how to make as many healthy choices as possible.
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Focus on emotions when responding to repetitive behavior
A person living with Alzheimer's may repeat a word, question or activity or undo something that has just been finished. They may be looking for comfort, security and familiarity; when responding, think about how the person is feeling rather than react to the behavior.
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