Rhode Island State Plan Overview
In April 2012, the Rhode Island General Assembly enacted Senate Bill 2858, directing the Long-Term Care Coordinating Council to lead a workgroup on the development of a state plan, to be co-chaired by the chair of the Long-Term Care Coordinating Council, the lieutenant governor or designee and the director of the division of elderly affairs. The Workgroup collected public feedback and published Rhode Island’s State Plan on Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Disorders in September 2013. In February 2019, the Long-Term Care Coordinating Council published the 2019 Update, Rhode Island State Plan on Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders.
Rhode Island State Advocacy Day
May 20, 2021
Use your voice to support people with Alzheimer’s and urge state lawmakers to support people with dementia and their families. While more information on Advocacy Day will be coming soon, make sure to sign up to be an advocate and receive information on future state advocacy opportunities! https://alzimpact.org/volunteer