Alzheimer's Disease Association of the Philippines

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Alzheimer's Disease Association of the Philippines

The Alzheimer’s Disease Association of the Philippines (ADAP) was founded during March 2000 in Philippines and later in 2002  it became a member of the Alzheimer’s Disease International. This organization is generally  composed of persons suffering from dementia and they have included their family, caregivers and dedicated doctors who have special interest towards dementia and especially who are involved in patient care. The aim  of ADAP is to improve life quality  by  through educational programs and support services that can create  awareness about dementia. The Filipino people are generally addressing the issues associated with Alzheimer's Disease and related disorders, creating hope for patients and their families. They are providing all support to healthcare professionals, individuals, and institutions for the research advancement. The social responsibility of  ADAP is that they provide solutions that address the needs of AD patients, their families, and their healthcare professionals involving- Legislation, Disease Management Guidelines, Public  Fora and Advocacy Programs so that they can be in touch with the realities. They are also encouraging  Philippine setting as it affects the AD management and working in collaboration with other sectors and organizations  in addressing issues related to AD and related disorders. They are sharing their expertise , precious time, and resources for the realization of its vision and continuous growth of ADAP and realization of its vision. They continuously explore viable new and alternative approaches in attaining the ADAP Vision. 

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