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ARDSI Hyderabad Deccan Chapter
ARDSI Hyderabad Deccan, based in Hyderabad India, is the local chapter of the national office of the Alzheimer's and Related Disorders Society of India.
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Dr Jayashree Dasgupta Aug 5
Urinary problems are common & needn't be embarrassing to talk about. Join us for a Q&A with Dr. Shalabh Agrawal, Dept. of Urology and Andrology, CK Birla Hospital, Gurugram- 7th Aug,11AM IST
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Ian Kremer Aug 1
Please re-Tweet if you agree that and other forms of are unaffordable financially, physically, emotionally & ethically. We need better care and support, and more research to .
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ARDSI Hyderabad Deccan Chapter Jul 31
On the occasion of Bakrid, we wish you & your family happiness, good health and blessings all year through.
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Suvarna Alladi Jul 25
Huge effort by to bring together key policy objectives to mitigate impact of on long term care across countries. As efforts go on
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Nightingales Medical Trust Jul 24
Topic: De-stressing Forum for Family caregivers. Moderator: Radha Ramaswamy (Founder: The Centre for Community Dialogue and Change in) Platform: Zoom Time: Aug 1, 2020 03:30 PM Join Zoom Meeting: … Meeting ID: 829 2877 8547 Passcode: 0HCez1
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Nitasha Natu Jul 25
A silent epidemic of burnout is brewing. The phenomenon of employees feeling unwilling to apply for leave during the global crisis has led HR at certain firms to build "leave banks" while others are encouraging employees to refuse work during lunch breaks
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Ian Kremer Jul 24
When we are in what can feel like a 36-hour day, it is hard to keep self-doubt from creeping in. Here are eight things to remember when going through those rough times. (image: )
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Alzheimer's Association Jul 24
"My mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s when I was 17. Everything I’ve done has been for her." We thank Olympian for his continued dedication in the fight to as he trains for in 2021. 💜
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UTSA Jun 30
Want to make a significant impact in the world of Alzheimer research? Your idea explaining Alzheimer's disease could help you win a grand prize of $2 million! Submit your entry TODAY:
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Ian Kremer Jul 24
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ADI Jul 24
Our new Global Perspective uniquely features innovative work and responses to from our members around the world, plus news from ADI & much more. Read the July issue here:
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Alzheimer's Guide Jul 24
The early stages of 's are the hardest because that person is aware that they're losing awareness.
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ADI Jul 24
Congratulations to the Dominican Republic on the launch of their national plan, a superb achievement considering the current pandemic. ADI looks forward to seeing the start of implementation in coming months!
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Alan Arnette Jul 23
Standing on Mount Elbrus's summit,18,513'/5642m, in the Caucasus Main Range, on the European border with Asia in southern Russia. I submitted it from the north side. This was my fifth climb of the 7/8 Summits For Alzheimer's in 2011.
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Ian Kremer Jul 21
Please re-Tweet if you agree: taxes us physically, emotionally, economically and spiritually. It changes us. We must sustain . (image via )
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Dementia Voice Team @ Alzheimer's Society Jul 21
Inspiring webinar this morning by . Discussing how crafting has been helping to provide focus and a sence of achievement during lockdown. There was some serious talent on display!👏👏
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Dementia Friends Jul 21
How can a bookcase help us understand dementia? Here Champion Jo shares the bookcase analogy, a simple way of explaining how dementia can affect a person's memory. This is one of the most popular parts of a Session - have a watch!
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Ian Kremer Jul 20
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Ian Kremer Jul 20
When you’re anxious or stressed, your can become quick and shallow, which reduces the amount of oxygen going to your organs. Learning how to breathe deeply can help reduce some of the physiological symptoms of . (image via )
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Paola Barbarino Jul 20
Join us now in the preparations for World Alzheimer Month! Let’s make this the biggest WAM ever! We need it
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