The Italian Fund for Alzheimer's and other dementias was approved and signed in December 2021. The Fund is financed with 15 million euros in three years. The main goal is to provide new strategies in the field of dementia with a Public Health perspective. The Fund includes eight main activities that will be monitored and supervised by the Italian National Institute of Health: 1) development of a guideline for the assessment, management and support for people with dementia and their families/carers; 2) updating of the Dementia National Plan (DNP); 3) implementation of the documents of the DNP; 4) conducting surveys dedicated to the Italian Dementia Services; 5) promotion of dementia prevention strategies; 6) training strategies for healthcare professionals, families and caregivers; 7) creation of a National Electronic Record for Dementia; 8) evaluation and monitoring of activities promoted by Regions and Autonomous Provinces in the field of dementia, together with the dementia National Permanent Table. These activities are outlined in detail in the present paper.

The Italian fund for Alzheimer's and other dementias. Strategies and objectives to face the dementia challenge / Ancidoni, Antonio; Sciancalepore, Francesco; Bacigalupo, Ilaria; Bellomo, Guido; Canevelli, Marco; Lacorte, Eleonora; Lombardo, Flavia L.; Lorenzini, Patrizia; Palazzesi, Ilaria; Piscopo, Paola; Salvi, Emanuela; BNA Bianchi, Caterina; Landoni, Fiammetta; La Sala, Liliana; Di Fiandra, Teresa; Vanacore, Nicola; Table of the National Dementia Plan Study Group, Permanent; Superiore di Sanità FONDEM Study Group, Istituto. - In: ANNALI DELL'ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITÀ. - ISSN 2384-8553. - 58:3(2022), pp. 192-196. [10.4415/ANN_22_03_08]

The Italian fund for Alzheimer's and other dementias. Strategies and objectives to face the dementia challenge

Antonio Ancidoni;Francesco Sciancalepore;Marco Canevelli;Nicola Vanacore
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2022

Abstract

The Italian Fund for Alzheimer's and other dementias was approved and signed in December 2021. The Fund is financed with 15 million euros in three years. The main goal is to provide new strategies in the field of dementia with a Public Health perspective. The Fund includes eight main activities that will be monitored and supervised by the Italian National Institute of Health: 1) development of a guideline for the assessment, management and support for people with dementia and their families/carers; 2) updating of the Dementia National Plan (DNP); 3) implementation of the documents of the DNP; 4) conducting surveys dedicated to the Italian Dementia Services; 5) promotion of dementia prevention strategies; 6) training strategies for healthcare professionals, families and caregivers; 7) creation of a National Electronic Record for Dementia; 8) evaluation and monitoring of activities promoted by Regions and Autonomous Provinces in the field of dementia, together with the dementia National Permanent Table. These activities are outlined in detail in the present paper.
2022
caregivers; humans; public health; alzheimer disease; dementia; financial management
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The Italian fund for Alzheimer's and other dementias. Strategies and objectives to face the dementia challenge / Ancidoni, Antonio; Sciancalepore, Francesco; Bacigalupo, Ilaria; Bellomo, Guido; Canevelli, Marco; Lacorte, Eleonora; Lombardo, Flavia L.; Lorenzini, Patrizia; Palazzesi, Ilaria; Piscopo, Paola; Salvi, Emanuela; BNA Bianchi, Caterina; Landoni, Fiammetta; La Sala, Liliana; Di Fiandra, Teresa; Vanacore, Nicola; Table of the National Dementia Plan Study Group, Permanent; Superiore di Sanità FONDEM Study Group, Istituto. - In: ANNALI DELL'ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITÀ. - ISSN 2384-8553. - 58:3(2022), pp. 192-196. [10.4415/ANN_22_03_08]
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