Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map

The Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map is a framework of actionable tools designed to help public health professionals lead with urgency to promote brain health, better care for people with cognitive impairment, and increase attention to caregivers in communities across the country.

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The BOLD Public Health Program Awards provide funding to state and local health departments and tribal health organizations to implement the HBI Road Map Series, in addition to advancing public health efforts on brain health, dementia, and caregiving. This funding is supported by the Building Our Largest Dementia (BOLD) Infrastructure for Alzheimer’s Act and allows health departments to prioritize public health interventions across the life course and continuum of dementia.


Road Map for Indian Country

Developed as a companion to the Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map, the Road Map for Indian Country is a guide is intended to further discussion among American Indian and Alaska Native leaders on how to best serve the needs of their older adult population and their families and to enhance the quality of life for those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

Healthy People 2030

Healthy People 2030 is the framework that sets the nation’s health prevention and promotion goals for the next decade. Learn about the public health goals on Alzhemier’s and other dementias outlined in Healthy People 2030.


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