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Alzheimer's Association, Korea was registered as a full member in the world Dementia Association in association with the 77 countries in the world (Alzheimer's disease International, ADI) activities in Korea representative body, which is an NGO groups to join the third East. Moreover, it puts the branch in the country, are trying to provide more services through community networks. In our support country where most families support and caregiver dementia issues, older people with dementia and their families in South Korea Dementia Family Association by providing accurate information in areas such as centre of the consultation of dementia, investigation, family support, treatment, causes, prevention education, and the elderly supplies deurineunde help you feel the rewarding life in their communities geolryeodo dementia committed. Professionals who work with Korean Americans affected by Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. The content includes recommendations for appropriate care to culture, demographic information and an overview of help-seeking behaviours and care practices often evident in Asian American families.
Korean Alzheimer's Association (AAK) is a nongovernmental organization for dementia care, certified by the Ministry of Health and Welfare. The association, with 9 branches nationwide, is closely related to caregivers of people with dementia, universities and related home care facilities. Activities include organizing events for "Dementia Day ', the training of supporters of dementia, and seminars on dementia. A notable achievement was the dementia program that provides care 24 hours to 12,000 cases and saves 200 to 300 patients each year. This year, AAK has launched a search for home visiting program to 12,000 elderly people living alone in Songpa-Gu area (population 600,000), and took care of 1,500 elderly people living alone, working with 37 suppliers livein care. In addition, AAK made great efforts in training professionals for the early diagnosis of dementia and refer them to the regions, so that they can be assigned to specialists in dementia care at an early stage.Read More»