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Get Informed & Get Active Become an Advocate for Alzheimer's
 
  

Get involved today! Join the National Alzheimer Advocate Network.  Whoever you are, wherever you live, there is something you can do to make a difference.

Make your voice heard by joining with thousands of Alzheimer advocates nationwide. Join us in helping achieve our vision of creating a world without Alzheimer's disease.

Sign up below to become an Alzheimer's Advocate. Be kept up-to-date on advocacy issues and have the opportunity to participate in grassroots advocacy activities, including Action Alerts! when the Alzheimer's Association needs you to contact your elected officials.

 
   
 Ways you can help as an Advocate
 
  • Write, call, email or visit your legislator regarding our priority issues.
  • Recruit new Alzheimer’s Advocates.
  • Volunteer at an Association event such a Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
  • Attend our annual Advocacy day in Albany to meet with your legislator.

Join the Cause - Become an Advocate >>

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Why I got Involved

A personal connection to the disease is what weaves together these individuals and is what drives them to fight Alzheimer's.  They have seen their mothers, fathers and other loved ones slip away from the disease – and they are determined to not let their children and grandchildren grapple with the same fate.

Listen to some of our Champions share their personal experiences and why they got involved with our mission

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Members of Congress

Discuss Importance of Advocacy

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Find Your Legislator

State Legislator:  New York State Assembly   or   New York State Senate

Federal Legislator:  US House of Representatives - Congress  or  United States Senate

 
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Contact Us
 

For more information about our Advocacy efforts contact Kelly Harris 585.760.5405 or kelly.harris@alz.org

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Visit alzheimers.gov the government's free information resource about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

Find links to authoritative, up-to-date information from agencies and organizations with expertise in these areas.

 

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