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As a public health professional, you fill an important role in mitigating the future impact of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias on communities around the country.
You’ll find data, tools, resources, expert guidance, and examples of public health action to help determine the best public health approach to Alzheimer's and dementia in your state or community.
Learn how the Alzheimer's Association is addressing dementia from a public health perspective.
Learn more about Alzheimer's-specific issues and find resources to drive change.
Search for resources and implementation examples and find curriculum materials for teaching the future public health workforce.
Information on state policies and initiatives, BRFSS data, data on local impact of Alzheimer's disease and more state and local resources.
This guidebook provides state and local public health agencies with 25 actions to act quickly and strategically to effect positive changes in policies, systems and environments.
Eight public health strategies can help American Indian and Alaska Native communities learn about and begin planning their response to dementia.
This federal initiative encourages communities to "build a healthier future for all" by measuring progress toward optimal health, longevity and quality of life across all stages of life.
Public health can prepare professionals to promote the health and well-being of people living with dementia and caregivers.
This introductory curriculum is designed for use in schools and programs of public health and related disciplines.
For additional help, you can reach the Alzheimer's Association Public Health Team.
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