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Texas State Plan on Alzheimer’s Disease 2010 – 2015: A Comprehensive Plan for Addressing the Burden of Alzheimer’s Disease in Texas

Texas Department of State Health Services Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Texas 31 December 2010 Policy document autonomy, dementia, early intervention

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The 2010-2015 Texas State Plan on
Alzheimer’s Disease was developed in direct
response to increasing rates of Alzheimer’s
disease. Plan objectives provide specific
recommendations for addressing the burden
of this devastating disease on Texans and
those who care for them.

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