Alzheimer’s and Dementia Summit
The 2009 Alzheimer’s and Dementia Summit was the culmination of a year-long planning process involving an Alzheimer’s/Dementia Expert Panel formed by Mayor Gavin Newsom to investigate the growing crisis in dementia care. The Expert Panel, charged with developing a plan to address the demand for services related to Alzheimer’s/dementia care for San Franciscans through the year 2020, released the findings of their work and the plan for the future, which are linked below. The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Summit was held July 8, 2009 at San Francisco City Hall. The Summit was organized by Family Caregiver Alliance, with support from the Community Living Campaign and the Department of Aging and Adult Services.
Watch the Videos on SFGTV Video
Watch the session 1 and 2 videos on SFGTV
Read the Award-winning Report Presented at the Summit
Research, recommendations, and an action plan to address the growing crisis in dementia care, and an economic analysis of that care.
See the Pictures
For all their efforts, San Francisco was awarded the Roselinde Gilbert Award at the Aging in America Conference in 2009.
Watch the Award Presentation Video here.
The Work Continues…
To be involved in the on-going work to implement San Francisco’s Strategy for Excellence in Alzheimer’s and Dementia care, please contact Bill Haskell at Department of Aging and Adult Services at 355‑6782 or go by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.