Scott Robarge, a recruiting consultant for Bay Area tech companies and the founder of consultancy Another8, supports the Alzheimer’s Association. Thanks to the support of people like Scott Robarge, the Association combats all forms of Alzheimer’s through fundraising, research, and advocacy.
The Alzheimer’s Association and Alzheimer’s Impact Movement have helped to develop the Building Our Largest Dementia (BOLD) Infrastructure for Alzheimer’s Act, a bill which would enhance the quality of medical care for Alzheimer’s patients nationwide. By improving early detection and diagnosis as well as reducing risk and preventing hospitalizations.
The Act would establish Alzheimer’s Centers of Excellence to provide education for healthcare professionals and other stakeholders about brain health. These centers would also expand existing public-private partnerships active in the field of cognitive impairment, provide assistance to public health departments in dealing with Alzheimer’s, and support caregivers. Public health departments would also receive funding specifically targeted at degenerative brain diseases.