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read more about the incidence of Alzheimer's on a Global scale and the rising numbers in the United States.

If Alzheimer’s disease has touched your life, and you are scared, confused or looking for more information, you are not alone.  This disease is an international terrorist.

The Alzheimer’s Global Initiative is an effort designed to bring the growing worldwide Alzheimer’s crisis to the attention of government leaders and health policy makers as part of an effort to significantly reduce the global burden of Alzheimer’s disease immediately.

"Together We Are Stronger"

The Alzheimer’s Global Initiative (AGI) represents an agreement between government officials, public health experts, health related organizations and Alzheimer’s advocates worldwide, all of whom are committed to eliminating Alzheimer’s disease from our world today and from the world of future generations.

Due to limited funding in research and the providing of services it is profoundly important to share resources and coordinate efforts.  Organizations and researchers must learn from one another.  As we await a cure sharing best care practices is vital.  AGI is this network.  Your support is applied to research, advocacy, caring and supporting those in need.

Making a difference with the Alzheimer’s Global Initiative is easy and with just a moment of your time you can help support and raise awareness about our cause.  Check out our web site.  The resource center will be very helpful if you are a caregiver.  Sign our petition.  Make a donation today.  Get Involved!

LEND YOUR NAME

You can make a real difference in the life of someone with Alzheimer’s disease by simply giving your name to the cause.

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"To transition Alzheimer’s disease and related illnesses from simple advocacy to momentous activism. Now is the time for research, awareness, care and services to individuals confronting dementia and to their caregivers and families to be a worldwide endeavor. Only together can we make a real difference.”

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