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A comprehensive plan for addressing the burden of Alzheimer's disease in Texas

Kunik ME, Wilson N. A comprehensive plan for addressing the burden of Alzheimer's disease in Texas. Austin, TX: Texas Department of State Health Services; 2010 Sep 17. 57 p. Report No.: 42-13351.


This plan was designed to present an overview of the state of Alzheimer's disease in Texas, while providing realistic and thoroughly achievable actions and strategies that can be implemented over the next five years. The plan presents a compelling case and provides a clear roadmap for increased and coordinated action among all partners. It is hoped that this plan will benefit Texans by guiding statewide coordinated efforts to reduce the burden of this disease on Texas citizens and those who care for them. Some strategic efforts will be coordinated at the state level, but others can only be effectively coordinated at the local or organizational level. Success of this plan depends on all partners in all sectors and at all levels working collaboratively to achieve what one cannot accomplish alone.

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