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California’s State Plan for Alzheimer’s Disease: An Action Plan for 2011–2021

California Council of the Alzheimer’s Association California Health and Human Services Agency; Government of California Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia California 31 December 2011 Guidelines community services, dementia, plan

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The guiding principles emphasized throughout
California’s State Plan for Alzheimer’s Disease
stress the urgent and ongoing need to:

• Promote person-centered care that is responsive to
individual need.

•Address the broad cultural, ethnic, racial, socio-economic
and demographic diversity of California’s population.

•Integrate the social and medical needs of this and other
aging populations living with multiple chronic diseases
and disabling conditions.


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