Not to Forget Those Who Cannot Remember

 

Overview

Alzheimer’s Association Lebanon was founded in 2003 as a non-profit organization with the mission of improving the quality of life for people with dementia and their caretakers and with the primary objective of raising public awareness throughout Lebanon and the Middle East.

 

 

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11 November 2016

11 November 2016 – Fardan Inno Fundraiser

Alzheimer’s Association Lebanon held a fundraising event during the premier of the theatrical play “Fardan Inno” directed by Jacques Maroun on Friday 11 November 2016 at Monot Theatre.

250 people attended the play and enjoyed the show while the proceeds went to support ...

11 November 2016 – Fardan Inno Fundraiser

11 November 2016

Alzheimer’s Association Lebanon held a fundraising event during the premier of the theatrical play “Fardan Inno” directed by Jacques Maroun on Friday 11 November 2016 at Monot Theatre.

250 people attended the play and enjoyed the show while the proceeds went to support Alzheimer’s Association Lebanon’ Home Training Program for Caregivers.

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22 May 2015

Caregiver’s Meeting – Parkinson and Dementia – Dr. Naji Riachi

Alzheimer’s Association Lebanon held a conference at the Monroe Hotel, Thursday the 21st of May about “Parkinson’s and Dementia.”

Dr. Naji Riachi, Neurologist, gave the ...

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Caregiver’s Meeting – Parkinson and Dementia – Dr. Naji Riachi

22 May 2015

Alzheimer’s Association Lebanon held a conference at the Monroe Hotel, Thursday the 21st of May about “Parkinson’s and Dementia.”

Dr. Naji Riachi, Neurologist, gave the lecture and explained more about Parkinson’s disease and the difference between Parkinson’s Disease Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Dr. Riachi pointed out that 25-40% of Parkinson’s disease patients develop Alzheimer’s Disease yet “not every Parkinson’s patient has dementia though they are more likely to develop it.”

It was an interesting lecture which ended with an interactive Q/A session.

 

Alzheimer's Disease is literally killing us, and the only way to fight this 'crime' is through a groundswell of people who continue to raise their voices and funds to ensure it gets the attention it deserves. Tess Gerritsen

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Princess Yasmin Agha Khan

Bringing the World Intelligent Awareness

More Letters & Acknowledgement

Title: “ Elderly Institutions and Alzheimer’s disease Care (part 1)”

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