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Honouring World Alzheimer's month and specifically World Alzheimer's Day

 

We are learning more and more about Alzheimer’s Disease and related Dementias, but it is believed by some that even with the research and information available, some countries still don’t have an understanding of the impact it has on society.

 



That is one of the reasons that Alzheimer’s Disease International, the Global Voice on Dementia, promotes building awareness and challenging the stigma that surrounds dementia. This campaign was launched in September 2012.

Approximately 50 million people worldwide have dementia, with 60-70% of the cases being Alzheimer’s Disease, says the World Health Organization(WHO).

So what is World Alzheimer’s month and day trying to accomplish?

• Talking about dementia can help reduce the associated stigma;
• Encourages people to seek more information and ask for help;
• Highlighting the importance of treating both those living with dementia and their caregivers the respect they should expect;
• Governments across the globe can help with reducing the overall impact of dementia, by incorporating responses to the WHO global action plan on the public health response to dementia by 2025.

Access more information on the WHO website about dementia.
 

 
 

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We believe in dedicating ourselves to your loved ones with the same care and respect we would to our own loved ones and family.


We believe in delivering kind, compassionate and meaningful support, allowing you to have the respite needed to continue caring for your loved one.

 

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