Iran Alzheimer Association

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Iran Alzheimer Association

Iran Alzheimer Association is a non-profit organization. After meeting in 1380, due to lack of attention to aging diseases, in particular Alzheimer's, a number of donors Ekbatan, ladies Myrhashmy- Mary M. Salehi M. Salehi E. Abghari and Mr. Mehdi Eslami headed established Iran Alzheimer Association to support the people and their loved ones.

Iran Alzheimer Association is the first NGO Forum training, treatment, care and rehabilitation for people with dementia and Alzheimer's disease in the country in February of that year with the aim of improving the quality of life of people with Alzheimer's disease and their families was established and registered. Society has been able to make contact with providing the cooperation with different organizations and people enjoying the trust and support and hard work of the members of the Volunteer effective and competent services to provide patients and their families and more than 5,000 people affected put under protection. Iran Alzheimer Association been conducting many awareness programs and it succeeded to reach a dementia-friendly environment. It has turned as a different group which gives its administration under Alzheimer's sickness with proper care administrations and in other administrations. Iran Alzheimer Association succeeded in early identification, evaluations and open converses with bring issues to light of dementia disease. Iran Alzheimer Association organized many workshops which turned into a retreat for patients, as the consistent social occasions develop their own shared system. Iran Alzheimer Association provides facilities such as counselling, training, provision of information, sustenance and training to people who are suffering form dementia.

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