Residents from across the state will make their way to Annapolis on Feb. 16 for Alzheimer’s Association’s Maryland Advocacy Day. Their mission is to let their legislators know how Alzheimer’s disease impacts their lives and to ask for support for three legislative priorities: community support for dementia caregivers, full funding of Maryland’s State Alzheimer’s Plan and expansion of existing services for seniors to age in place. These requests are personal. More than 110,000 Marylanders live with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia.
An Alzheimer’s agenda for Annapolis
February 15, 2023