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A National Response to Alzheimer’s and Other Dementia

The bipartisan NAPA Reauthorization Act and the Alzheimer’s Accountability and Investment Act would build on the progress made over the last decade by continuing to promote rapid research and improve the delivery of clinical care and services for people living with Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.

White Mother and Daughter

A Path to Better Dementia Care

The bipartisan Comprehensive Care for Alzheimer’s Act would ask the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) to test a different payment structure for dementia care management. This important bill has the potential to streamline today’s complicated health care maze for people living with dementia and their caregivers.

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Our Nation’s Commitment to Alzheimer’s Research and Public Health Response

Congress must continue to invest in Alzheimer’s and dementia research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and fund the Building Our Largest Dementia (BOLD) Infrastructure for Alzheimer’s Act (P.L. 115-406) to strengthen the public health infrastructure across the country by implementing effective Alzheimer’s intervention focused on public health issues such as increasing early detection and diagnosis, reducing risk, and preventing avoidable hospitalizations.

Federal Priorities We Support

AIM is also a proud supporter of the following priorities in the 118th Congress.

Access to Innovative Treatments Act of 2023

Alzheimer's Accountability & Investment Act

Alzheimer's Treatments Letters to CMS & HHS

CAREERS Act of 2023

CMMI Letter on Dementia Care Management

Elder Justice Act Reauthorization

Elizabeth Dole HCBS for Veterans and Caregivers Act

Expanding Veterans' Options for Long Term Care Act

FY24 Appropriations BOLD

FY24 Appropriations NIH Alzheimer's Research

FY24 Increasing Representation in Alzheimer's Clinical Trials

House Committee on Education and Workforce Hearing: Examining Policies and Priorities of the United States Department of Health & Human Services

House Committee on Ways and Means, Health Subcommittee Hearing: Examining Policies that Inhibit Innovation and Patient Access

House Energy & Commerce Health Subcommittee: Examining Policies to Improve Seniors’ Access to Innovative Drugs, Medical Devices, and Technology

House Energy & Commerce Health Subcommittee: Innovation Saves Lives: Evaluating Medicare Coverage Pathways for Innovative Drugs, Medical Devices, and Technology

House Energy & Commerce Health Subcommittee: Preparing for and Responding to Future Public Health Security Threats

MERIT Act of 2023

Senate Aging Hearing: Supporting Communities of Care

Senate Finance Hearing: Improving Health Care Access in Rural Communities

Senate HELP Workforce Shortage Hearing

Senate HELP Committee: Workforce Shortage RFI Response

Senate Special Committee on Aging: Planning for Older Americans and People with Disabilities in All Phases of Emergencies

Senate VA Hearing: Examining Veterans’ Access to Long-Term Care

Senate VA Hearing: Strengthening Methods of Recruitment and Retention for VA’s Workforce

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Supporting Alzheimer’s Caregivers

An estimated 11 million Americans are providing unpaid care to someone living with dementia, and they need our support. While providing this assistance can be rewarding it's also quite challenging for the caregiver to sustain. The bipartisan Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Act would provide much needed relief for our nation’s dementia caregivers.

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Your Guide to Advocacy

Here’s everything you need to make the most of your year-round advocacy efforts to improve the lives of those impacted by Alzheimer’s and all other dementia. This guide will be updated throughout the year as our policy priorities are introduced and advanced.

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Be a Champion in the Fight to End Alzheimer’s

Our voices are stronger together. Help AIM advance legislation to improve the lives of people impacted by Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.

  • Share your story with elected officials
  • Engage on social media
  • Write a letter to the editor