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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

At the Alzheimer's Association®, we believe that engaging diverse perspectives is critical to achieving health equity — meaning that all communities have a fair and just opportunity for early diagnosis and access to risk reduction and quality care. Underrepresented and underserved communities are disproportionately impacted by Alzheimer’s and dementia, and yet are less likely to be diagnosed; less likely to be recruited to participate in research; and less likely to have access to care and support services. This is unacceptable and must change. We are leading the way by developing strategic partnerships with trusted national and local organizations to create a pathway to greater health equity, mission engagement and inclusion for everyone. We are building an organizational culture of understanding while pursuing diversity, equity and inclusion through education and policies. The Association is committed to providing all communities with resources and education to realize our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.

Learn more about our national commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion on our home office's page.

For information on upcoming programs and events, contact Rosalyn Reese, Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion:

African American

Black Americans and Alzheimer's


Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and Alzheimer's

Tiếng Việt Nam


Español or English


LGBTQ Care Partner Support Group, Every Third Tuesday of the Month, 11:00 a.m. MST - noon via Zoom. Register here.

AlzConnected: LGBTQ Community Allies Forum

Alzconnected members can connect and communicate with people who understand their unique challenges. They can pose questions anda-related issues, create public and private groups organized around a dedicated topic and contribute to message boards.

Native American

Native Americans and Alzheimer's