Wednesday, May 18, 2011


Please read below the letter that was sent to me:

The 2011 Alzheimer's Association Advocacy Forum proved to be the largest in the event's 23-year history. More than 600 advocates from across the country gathered to learn, engage and inspire others in the fight against Alzheimer's disease. In addition, during the course of the Forum, the Alzheimer's Association announced a new strategic partnership with the Alzheimer's Impact Movement (AIM).

We encourage you to visit AIM's website  to learn more about this exciting organization that endorses and supports the federal priorities of the Alzheimer's Association. We expect this partnership to further accelerate our efforts to make Alzheimer's a national priority.

For those of you that couldn't join us at the Forum, visit  to learn the highlights:

•At 2011 Candlelight Tribute Rally, advocates remind nation that fight against Alzheimer's disease demands action. Read more

•Gingrich to Advocacy Forum attendees: "We should be able to come together to address Alzheimer's". Read more

•Melody Barnes reaffirms administration commitment to fighting Alzheimer's. Read More

•First NAPA input session at Advocacy Forum. Read More

•Alzheimer's Association honors Senators Bayh and Collins with Humanitarian Award. Read More

•Advocates storm Capitol Hill to fight Alzheimer's. Read More
This isn't the end of the road for these advocates; it's the start of a journey. We hope you'll continue to support our advocacy program throughout the year as we strive to make Alzheimer's a national priority.

Thank you for all you do.

Robert Egge
Vice President of Public Policy
Alzheimer's Associaiton

Marie Fostino
Alzheimer's A Caretakers Journal
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