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Texas State Plan for Alzheimer's Disease 2019-2023

Texas Department of State Health Services Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia September 2019 Policy document Texas

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Provides a public health plan for addressing Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia. Recommends action in 8 key areas including educating individuals living in Texas about Alzheimer's disease and other dementias to reduce the risk, symptoms and stigma associated with dementia. It recommends health professionals work together to provide better systems of care and effective partnerships in crises and improved training given to healthcare students in the field. Other strategies include quality of care and support given to families affected by dementia and advancing research in the field


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