Alzheimers and Dementia Association of The Cayman Islands

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Alzheimers and Dementia Association of The Cayman Islands

The Alzheimer's and Dementia Connotation of the Cayman Islands was shaped in April 2012 and enlisted with the Cayman Islands Government Not For Profit Company under Section 80 of the Companies Law (2011 Revision) on fourteenth May 2015. ADACI has likewise begun the way toward turning into an individual from Alzheimer's infection International (ADI), the worldwide league of Alzheimer's relationship around the globe. ADACI is subsidized through gifts and raising support exercises. Its undertakings are overseen by volunteers and incorporate a therapeutic consultative panel.


•    To bring issues to light inside the overall population about the different dementias with an emphasis on Alzheimer's while lessening the shame that right now exists;

•    To instruct carers on the best way to communicate and legitimately tend to individuals with dementia; and

•    To be a wellspring of backing for individuals with dementia and their professions and relatives.

Our Aims:

•    To give a break focus or office for carers where they can come to unwind, get backing and impart encounters to different carers;

•    To give formal preparing to carers so they can better nurture individuals with dementia and themselves;

•    To build up a catalog of prepared dementia carers;

•    To raise stores for the arrangement of fleeting budgetary help for people with dementia; and

•    To create and actualize a mindfulness battle through association with different partners including wellbeing experts and other administration associations.

ADACI gives formal preparing to carers, raises reserves for the arrangement of fleeting money related help for people with dementia, and is advancing and affecting an open mindfulness crusade in the Cayman Islands.

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