The Alzheimer’s Association is hosting community input sessions all over the United States in August 2011 to gather feedback from various communities about their personal concerns regarding Alzheimer’s disease. These findings will then be documented in a report presented to the government for use implementing the National Alzheimer’s Project Act (NAPA), a law passed in January 2011 requiring the federal government to create a national strategic plan to address the growing crisis of Alzheimer’s disease for sufferers, caregivers, family and the healthcare industry.
This is your chance to voice your own opinion on the devastation of dementia, how this disease has negatively impacted your life, and the things that would help in your struggle. President Obama discusses NAPA and the community input sessions in the following video and stresses:
“You represent the front lines in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease.”
You can search for an Community Input Session near you here and register to attend, or you can submit your comments and concerns about Alzheimer’s disease online right here and now. Have you got something to say about Alzheimer’s disease? Now is the time to let your voice be heard!