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Alzheimer's Awareness Session by Alzheimer's Pakistan - World Patients Alliance

Alzheimer’s Awareness Session by Alzheimer’s Pakistan

Date: March 26

Organizers: Alzheimer’s Pakistan Rawalpindi Chapter (APRC) in collaboration with Iqra University Islamabad

The World Patients Alliance is pleased to spotlight the collaborative effort between Alzheimer’s Pakistan Rawalpindi Chapter (APRC) and Iqra University Islamabad in organizing an awareness session on Alzheimer’s and related dementia. Held on March 26, the session targeted BS Psychology students, providing them with essential knowledge about these neurological conditions.

Event Overview: The awareness session served as a platform for educating BS Psychology students about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia. Through informative presentations and discussions, students gained insights into the signs, symptoms, and early recognition of these conditions. The session also included a question-and-answer segment, allowing students to seek clarification on their queries and express their interest in becoming part of Alzheimer’s Pakistan.

Student Engagement: The question-and-answer session proved to be particularly valuable, as students actively participated and raised pertinent queries and concerns. Their eagerness to learn and contribute to Alzheimer’s awareness initiatives reflects a growing awareness and sensitivity towards neurological disorders within the younger generation.

University Appreciation: The management of Iqra University Islamabad extended their appreciation for the informative session and acknowledged the efforts of Alzheimer’s Pakistan in creating awareness among students. Recognizing the relevance of this information for future caregivers, particularly in their interactions with elderly patients, the university management highlighted the importance of early recognition and understanding of Alzheimer’s disease.

Member Organization’s Impact: As a member organization of the World Patients Alliance, Alzheimer’s Pakistan continues to demonstrate its commitment to raising awareness and providing support for individuals affected by Alzheimer’s and related dementia. Collaborative efforts with educational institutions like Iqra University Islamabad further amplify the reach and impact of these awareness initiatives, fostering a more informed and empathetic society.

Call to Action: The World Patients Alliance encourages continued collaboration between member organizations and educational institutions to promote awareness and understanding of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease. Together, we can empower individuals, support caregivers, and build a more inclusive and compassionate community.

In Unity for Patient Advocacy, World Patients Alliance