Alzheimer’s and connected Disorders Society of India (ARDSI) is a registered national, non-profit voluntary organization engaged within the care, support, coaching and research. ARDSI has been within the forefront to publicise information concerning insanity to the general public through varied forums and is actively concerned in developing services like respite care, day care, home care, fixing memory clinic, conducting coaching programmes for the relations, doctors, nurses and social employees and promote analysis.
Our vision is to make a society that is dementia friendly, dementedness literate wherever a person with dementia will live with dignity and honour that he/she really deserves. ARDSI has been registered below the Travancore Cochin Literary, Scientific and Charitable societies. ARDSI is that the initial Afro-Asian organization to receive full membership with Alzheimer's disease International (ADI) United Kingdom, a federation of national associations from 77 member countries from everywhere the planet, that has an official relationship with the world Health organization (WHO).
As a result of the dedicated work of ARDSI's team of volunteers, the organization has been ready to spread its activities across the country. at the moment ARDSI has Chapters in New Delhi, Pune, Manipur, Jaipur, Lucknow, Mumbai, bigger Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Goa, Coimbatore, Calicut, Cochin, Kottayam, Pathanamthitta and Trivandrum, at the side of support teams connected to the Chapters. to produce reasonable, essential and simply accessible quality care and support to all people who are affected by dementedness, To impart training to enhance quality of life and care of individuals with dementedness, to establish counselling services and family support teams, To bring a positive transformation in dementedness care services. To make up a system wherever all those lay low with insanity have access to quality care and support they have. To boost public and skilled awareness concerning insanity. To push early diagnosing and intervention.Read More»