The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voice for Alzheimer's disease advocacy, fighting for critical Alzheimer's research, prevention and care initiatives at the state and federal level. We diligently work to make Alzheimer’s a national priority. Add your voice to ours - become an advocate today!
Advocates are people with Alzheimer’s and related disorders, caregivers, friends, family members, and professionals who raise awareness and urge government to support research and care. Alzheimer's advocates play an important role in improving the quality of care and quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s disease and their families by working to improve dementia care and services, increase access to community-based care, improve quality care in residential settings, and expand funding for research and public programs serving people with dementia.
advocate (noun): A person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy.
roundtable (noun): a form of academic discussion. Participants agree on a specific topic to discuss and debate. Each person is given equal right to participate.
For more information, contact Jaimie Randall at (614) 457-6003 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Memory Day is the longest-running Alzheimer's advocacy event in the nation. Memory Day offers participants the unique opportunity to meet other Alzheimer's advocates from across Ohio to share their personal stories and concerns related to Alzheimer's disease with their state elected representatives and their staffers.
Memory Day 2015 will take place on Wednesday, April 15th at the Statehouse in Columbus.
The Central Ohio chapter is one of seven Ohio chapters of the Alzheimer's Association that participates in the Ohio Council for advocacy. Please click here for additional information about The Ohio Council and for current advocacy efforts.
Our nation must have an effective blueprint and a serious financial investment in order to avert the Alzheimer's crisis. Policymakers must enact public policies aimed at preventing this disease as well as providing better health and long-term care coverage to ensure high-quality, cost-effective care for people with Alzheimer's and their caregivers.
The Central Ohio Chapter has an Ambassador and advocate volunteers identified for the following Congressional districts. We meet several times a year with your U. S. Representative. and do our best to keep them informed of critical issues needing their support. You are encouraged to join our Ambassador teams.
Visiting Washington, DC?
Are you going to Washington, DC, for a vacation this year? Would you be interested in joining the fight against Alzheimer’s disease? If you have time while in Washington, DC, we can help arrange a meeting with your member of Congress. You will have the opportunity to discuss the legislative priorities of the Alzheimer’s Association and ask your member of Congress to make fighting Alzheimer’s disease a national priority!
If you are interested in meeting with your member of Congress or would like more information about our national advocacy efforts, please contact Jaimie Randall at email@example.com.