Alzheimer's Disease Advisory Committee
The Alzheimer’s Disease Advisory Committee is a 10-member panel that advises the Department of Elder Affairs regarding legislative, programmatic and administrative matters that are related to Alzheimer’s disease victims and their caretakers. Committee members must be Florida residents and reflect the following representation:
Members are appointed to four-year staggered terms. The committee elects one of its members to serve as chair for a one-year term. Committee meetings are held quarterly or as frequently as needed.
In accordance with Section 430.501 (2), there is created an Alzheimerâ€™s Disease Advisory Committee, composed of 10 members to be selected by the Governor, which shall advise the Department of Elderly Affairs in the performance of its duties under this act. All members must be residents of the state. The committee shall advise the Department regarding legislative, programmatic, and administrative matters that relate to Alzheimerâ€™s disease victims and their caretakers.
In accordance with Section 430.501 (3), the Alzheimerâ€™s Disease Advisory Committee shall evaluate and make recommendations to the Department and the Legislature concerning the need for additional memory disorder clinics in the state.
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