Alzheimer's State Plan

The State Plan is a comprehensive blueprint for how Rhode Island will continue to address the growing Alzheimer's crisis. It creates the infrastructure and accountability necessary to build dementia-capable programs and services for the growing number of Rhode Islanders with the disease.

The Plan explores the current impact of Alzheimer's disease in Rhode Island and outlines what steps the state must take to improve its services for people with Alzheimer's and their families.

To read the current state plan, click here: Rhode Island Alzheimer's State Plan

Lieutenant Governor Sabina Matos is working alongside the Alzheimer's Council to update the state plan to include new strategies in a post-pandemic world and emerging treatments for the disease. Lieutenant Governor Matos wants this plan to include all voices and encourages interested Rhode Islanders to contact her office with their input. 

More resources:

To view the Alzheimer's Association's 2021 Fact Sheet, click here: Alzheimer's Fact Sheet

Executive Office of Health & Human Services

Alzheimer's Association - RI Chapter