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    Virginia I. Jones Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Council

     ​Overview

    Virginia I. Jones was a dedicated public servant and Marylander who lived with the devastation of Alzheimer’s Disease for more than two decades. Named in her honor, the Virginia I. Jones Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias ​(ADRD) Council was authorized by Senate Bill 679 (2013), Senate Bill 549 (2016), and Senate Bill 522 (2019). It builds upon the work of the previous ADRD Commission.

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    Council Responsibilities

    The Council is responsible for: ​

    1. Updating and advocating for the State Plan on ADRD;

    2. Examining the needs of individuals living with ADRD and their caregivers and identifying ways the State can assist in meeting those needs;

    3. Advising the Governor and the General Assembly on policy, funding, regulation, and other issues relevant to ADRD; and​

    4. Developing and promoting strategies to encourage brain health and prevent cognitive decline.

    Maryland State Plan to Address Alzheimer’s Disease  and Related Dementias: 2022-2026​​​

    The Council released its 2022-2026 State Plan to Address ADRD​ in May 2022. This comprehensive document includes goals and activities to guide partners across the state in a coordinated effort to address the needs of Maryland residents living with ADRD, their families, and caregivers. The 2022-2026 State Plan updates and builds upon the 2012 Maryland State Plan on ADRD​.


    Council Members

    Council members represent numerous agencies, sectors, and stakeholder groups. Members are appointed by the Governor and serve for staggered 3-year terms.


    Council Meetings

    The Council meets quarterly to address regular Council business. All Council meetings are open to the public, in compliance with Maryland’s Open Meetings Act. Meeting agendas and minutes from previous years are available on the Archived Meetings page​.​​​



    Contact Us​

    Maryland Department of Health

    mdh.cognitivehealth@maryland.gov

    ​​Join us for our next quarterly Council meeting:

    April 24, 2023 1:00 - 3:00 PM


    Join us for our next ad hoc voting meeting:

    January 30, 2023 9:00 - 9:30 AM​​

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