Road Map Resources
The Healthy Brain Initiative’s (HBI)State and Local Public Health Partnerships to Address Dementia, The 2018-2023 Road Map
The roadmap charts a course for state and local public health agencies and their partners. The Road Map prepares all communities to act quickly and strategically by stimulating changes in policies, systems, and environments. Alignment of HBI Road Map actions with Essential Services of Public Health ensures that initiatives to address Alzheimer’s can be incorporated easily and efficiently into existing public health initiatives.
The Executive Summary highlights the key points of the Road Map.
This planning tool guides state and local public health professionals through quick steps in selecting HBI Road Map actions and getting started with implementation.
State and Local Public Health Partnerships to Address Dementia, The 2018- 2023 Road Map Dissemination Guide
This document gives recommendations and guidance for promotion of the Road Map.
This document describes ten warning signs of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Healthy Brain Initiative Issue Maps
Topic-specific issue maps provide in-depth information on current public health issues that address Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Each issue map offers compelling data on the topic and a primer explaining the need for action, suggests related HBI Road Map actions, and provides case studies to demonstrate successful intervention. Issue maps and primers are available on the following topics:
The document describes how the population health can benefit from early detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
The comprehensive resource offers several options on how to improve public health and reduce the risk of cognitive decline across the community.
The document identifies the need and use of data collection, needs assessment, evaluation, and evidence to inform policies, programs, and practices.
The document outlines the need to improve public health and the health care workforce to help care for the growing population of people living with Alzheimer’s disease.