Today, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. As America continues on its current path of aging, by 2050, those living with the disease will more than triple. And though already our nation's most expensive disease, the economic burden of Alzheimer's will more than quadruple in that same time. Alzheimer's is a growing public health crisis for our families and the economy. The federal government must address the challenges the disease poses and take bold action to confront this urgent crisis, now.

The Alzheimer's Impact Movement is committed to working with the federal government on policies that improve the lives of those affected by Alzheimer's.

Increase the Commitment to Alzheimer's Research

Fund the Alzheimer's Public Health Infrastructure

Educate Providers About Care Planning Available Through Medicare

Improve Access to Critical Support Services for People Living with Younger-Onset

Educate Providers on Palliative and Hospice Care

Congressional Task Force on Alzheimer's


Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Act

American Cures Act

Care Corps Demonstration Act of 2019

Concentrating on High-Value Alzheimer's Needs to Get to an End (CHANGE) Act of 2019

Dignity in Aging Act of 2019

Establish Permanent Select Committee on Aging in the House of Representatives

Expanding Capacity for Health Outcomes (ECHO) Act of 2019

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Geriatrics Workforce Improvement Act

Guardianship Accountability Act

Improving Chronic Care Management Act

Improving HOPE for Alzheimer's Act

Improving Seniors' Timely Access to Care Act

Independence at Home Act

Lifespan Respite Care Reauthorization Act

Modernization of the Older Americans Act Amendments

Older Americans and Social Isolation and Loneliness Act

Paid Family Leave Pilot Extension Act

Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act (PCHETA)

Preventive Health Savings Act of 2019

Protecting Married Seniors from Impoverishment Act

Protecting Older Americans from Social Isolation Act of 2019

Study on Use of Antipsychotics in Non-nursing Homes

Supporting America's Caregivers and Families Act

Supporting Older Americans Act of 2020

The Coronavirus Relief for Seniors and People with Disabilities Act

Younger-Onset Alzheimer's Disease Act