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Long-Term Care
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With millions more people expected to develop Alzheimer's disease by the middle of the 21st century, the demand for long-term care will explode.

Funding research to substantially lower the number of people with Alzheimer's who need long-term care, providing prescription drug coverage and a Medicare chronic care benefit to reduce excess disability and the need for long-term care can reduce the high demand.

However, it will not eliminate the need for affordable, high quality long-term care at home, in the community and in residential care facilities.

In this section, learn more about long-term care issues and Alzheimer's disease:


 

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