Dayne DuVall

“As a caregiver for my father who passed away after thirteen years battling Alzheimer’s disease, I know first-hand the problems and frustrations that families face providing and financing care. Federal and state governments realize this is a growing problem since we all are living longer. It is imperative that family caregivers have a voice in policy decisions so that they know they have access to resources when they need them most.”

“Financial resources are a difficult topic because of budget constraints, but if governments realize that without the contribution of nearly a half trillion dollars annually from unpaid family caregivers they will be forced to find hard dollars to pay for these health care services.”

Dayne DuVall, Chief Operating Officer, National Certification Board for Alzheimer Care

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