Join with Patient Groups to Advocate for Reform on Capitol Hill

February 10, 2009

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Health care reform is at the forefront of the 111th Congress. The time is right for physicians and patients to speak up for the unique needs of neurologic patients. If you're not able to attend Neurology on the Hill this year, there are still several opportunities to come to Washington, DC, this spring to make your voice heard. The AAN Professional Association has been fortunate to collaborate with these groups to make sure that access to care is protected. Please consider participating in one of the Hill Day events below.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Public Policy Conference
March 9–11
For more information or to register, please visit the MS Society website

15th Annual Parkinson's Action Network Research and Public Policy Forum
March 15–17
For more information, contact Haley Carpenter at hcarpenter@parkinsonsaction.org

Alzheimer's Association
21st Annual Public Policy Forum
March 23–25
For more information, email publicpolicyforum@alz.org or call (202) 393-7737.

Epilepsy Foundation: Public Policy Institute and Kids Speak Up Program
March 29–31
For more information, contact Donna Meltzer at dmeltzer@efa.org or call (301) 459-3700.

American Heart Association
Cure on the Hill 2009
April 20–21
For more information, contact Danielle Grooms at danielle.grooms@heart.org or call (202) 785-7910.

ALS Association
Advocacy Day on the Hill
May 10–12
For more information, please call toll-free at 1-877-444-ALSA or email advocacy@alsa-national.org.