UsAgainstAlzheimer's will bring together policy experts, advocates, and health system leaders to discuss and act on policy solutions that can help make the promise of brain health a reality for all communities. From early detection to health equity and economic justice, the UsAgainstAlzheimer's brain health agenda puts patients, families, and communities first.
Focusing on strategies for developing proactive brain health across the life span by mobilizing communities, consumers, providers and policymakers to transform the healthcare system.
Accelerating equitable access to innovations in brain health for communities of color and women who have faced systemic discrimination and racism when accessing healthcare services and research.
Highlighting innovations across the Alzheimer’s research community, including patient- and caregiver-centered engagement and drug development.
Identifying what matters most to people living with the Alzheimer’s and exploring how these needs and preferences can be prioritized in research, policymaking and drug development.
UsAgainstAlzheimer’s (UsA2) will host four town halls over two days that bring together partners and advocates from across the country for conversations on the multidimensional impacts of Alzheimer’s on society. The town halls will center on key issues such as the effects of systemic racism on the efforts to promote health equity and access, how COVID-19 has affected the dementia community, the path forward to new therapies and treatments, and the critical importance of risk reduction and prevention as well as treatment. These conversations will drive toward solutions for a healthier and more equitable future.