“Connecting to Combat Alzheimer’s,” a collaborative effort of NIA and the Administration on Community Living (ACL), is competing to win the People’s Choice Award of HHSinnovates, which recognizes creative thinking at HHS toward improving the health and well-being of the Nation. The unique partnership of ACL and NIA is one of six finalists selected by HHS staff to vie for the public’s vote for this coveted Award.
Please take a moment to review the finalists, including Connecting to Combat Alzheimer’s, and vote now. Public voting closes March 8, 2013.
The HHS Secretary's Innovation Awards were established to recognize and reward the extraordinary achievements by members of the HHS community in the promotion of better health. The People’s Choice Award is an opportunity for the public to vote on the project they find to be the most innovative and impactful. Secretary Sebelius will present her top picks and announce the People’s Choice Award winner at a ceremony on March 19.
Voting is open to all members of the public, including people affected by Alzheimer’s and caregivers, researchers and grantees, medical and social services providers, as well as their family members, neighbors and friends.
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View the finalists and vote by March 8 at http://www.hhs.gov/open/initiatives/hhsinnovates/index.html!