Daines: Too Many Montanans Impacted by Alzheimer's
U.S. SENATE – U.S. Senator Steve Daines today in a U.S. Senate Committee hearing, U.S. Senator Daines stressed the need to do more for those living with Alzheimer’s and dementia in Montana and across the nation. Daines highlighted his work on bipartisan legislation that will help families and patients living with the diseases.
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Daines also told stories of the heart wrenching conversations he’s had with Montanans living with both diseases. To download full video of Daines’ remarks, click HERE.
More than 21,000 Montanans currently live with Alzheimers. And by 2025, that number is expected to increase to 27,000. That’s 27,000 families that are going through pain around Montana as their loved ones are struggling with this crippling disease.
Daines is committed to finding a solution to this heartbreaking disease, and until that happens, Daines will continue to raise awareness of the disease however he can.
In early September, Daines participated in the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” in Bozeman.
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