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California Alzheimer's Data Report

Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures in California:
Current Status and Future Projections

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Over the next 20 years, the number of Californians living with Alzheimer’s disease will double, affecting all race, ethnic groups and regions of the state.

The report details the implications that this increase will have on California’s businesses, public programs, and families. It offers policy recommendations that would help California better meet the growing demand for support and services that address the needs of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their families.

Executive Summary (2009)
Includes statistics about the prevalence, lifetime risk and cost of care for Alzheimer’s in California (3 pages)

Full Report (2009)
Includes 10 policy recommendations, a comprehensive statistical abstract of California data on Alzheimer’s disease. (106 pages)

E-tool Kit
Support documentation to the full report intended for use by the media, elected and appointed officials, volunteer advocates, families living with Alzheimer’s disease, caregivers and the general public.

Media Contact: Chris Holben 916.446.9900 (o) 916.761.5567 (c)


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