Tell Governors It's Time to End Social Isolation in Long-Term Care

Concerns are growing that coronavirus-caused social isolation among people living with dementia may contribute to cognitive decline. The only way to end social isolation is to ensure every residential care community has access to rapid testing for all residents, staff and visitors. Join AIM and the Alzheimer’s Association as we call on our nation’s governors to ensure access to rapid point-of-care testing for all long-term care communities.

Educate Providers About Care Planning Available Through Medicare

Since 2017, Medicare has covered care planning for individuals with cognitive impairment including dementia. However, in the first year, fewer than 1% of seniors living with Alzheimer's received the care planning benefit. The Improving HOPE for Alzheimer's Act would educate clinicians on Alzheimer's and dementia care planning services available through Medicare.

The ALZ Advocacy application provides advocates in the fight against Alzheimer's the tools and information they need to urge elected officials to make Alzheimer's disease a national priority.

The application provides:

  • Timely talking points
  • Social media engagement tools
  • Legislative meeting feedback form
  • Access to advocacy videos
  • Push Notifications
  • U.S. House and Senate directory
  • The ability to take action right from your phone
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Mobile Application - AIM - Android - Home Screen

To download the application to your mobile device, simply click the logo of your operating system. App is available for Android and iOS.

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