- Just released this week – two new resources – 10 Signs of Dementia for American Indian and Alaska Native communities and Dementia Tribal Law and Policy report.
- IA2 continues to offer an amazing, evolving Brain Health Resource Library for American Indian and Alaska Native community-focused resources. What’s new in the library in July?
— NEW – 10 Warning Signs Flyer for American Indian in Alaska Native communities (6 designs options by IA2)
— NEW – Tribal Law and Policy for Dementia and Alzheimer’s by IA2
— Resource – Ideas for Tribal Public Health Approaches to Dementia by essential public health service by IA2
— Activity Books for Individuals Experiencing Memory Loss
— Research – Public Health Policy Recommendations for Unpaid Dementia Caregiving
— The Brain Health Academy – Seminars from USAgainst Alzheimer’s
- Be sure to follow our Facebook page for campaigns and resources we invite you to borrow for your own social media and newsletters– and please share within your circle to help us spread the word.
- Staff from the IA2 team virtually attended the Title VI Webinar featuring Sonya Begay’s Ted Talk entitled, “Shima’ Sani’ – Why Are You So Sick?” about the health effects of uranium contamination. Sonya is a member of the Navajo Nation (Dine’) and is currently working as a Management and Program Analyst at the Administration for Children and Families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. You can check out her TedTalk by clicking here.
- Read the story “Improving the Well-Being of Native Older Adults and their Caregivers” by clicking here by the CDC Foundation recognizing the efforts of the IA2 team and many other amazing partners and participants celebrating successes and learning opportunities for respite care grant and tribal staff training initiatives.
- Check us out on Twitter for future campaigns and social media messages we invite you to borrow and re-use.
IA2 continues to offer print-on-demand stipends of $250 for flyers and posters from the IA2, ASTHO, and National Council for Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) suite of materials developed with funding from the CDC.
Click here to read our Resource Center updates, learn about our upcoming events, and what we’ve been doing to help American Indian and Alaska Native communities address brain health, Alzheimer’s, and dementia.