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Dementia Friends Session by Alzheimer’s Pakistan - World Patients Alliance

Dementia Friends Session by Alzheimer’s Pakistan

Date: January 1, 2024

Location: National College of Business Administration and Economics (NCBA&E), Lahore

The World Patients Alliance is proud to acknowledge and highlight the impactful Dementia Friends Session organized by Alzheimer’s Pakistan, one of our esteemed member organizations. The event took place on January 1, 2024, at the Professional Department of Management Sciences, National College of Business Administration and Economics (NCBA&E), Lahore.

Objective and Participation: The primary objective of the session was to raise awareness about dementia and educate students on how to become dementia friends. A total of 60 bright and compassionate students from the Management Sciences department actively participated in the session. This engagement exemplified the commitment of the younger generation towards understanding and addressing the challenges faced by individuals affected by dementia.

Key Highlights: The Dementia Friends Session featured a comprehensive educational program that covered various aspects of dementia, including its impact on individuals, families, and the community. The session aimed to dispel myths surrounding dementia, reduce stigma, and foster empathy among the participants.

Director Miss Saba Iram, representing the Management Sciences department, graced the occasion with her presence. Her support and encouragement added significant value to the event, demonstrating the commitment of educational institutions in fostering social responsibility and awareness.

Alzheimer’s Pakistan’s Contribution: Alzheimer’s Pakistan, as a member organization of the World Patients Alliance, showcased its dedication to creating awareness and providing essential services for those affected by dementia. The tireless efforts of Alzheimer’s Pakistan were commendable, reflecting the alliance’s shared vision of improving the lives of patients and their families.

Call to Action: As the World Patients Alliance, we extend our gratitude to Alzheimer’s Pakistan for their impactful initiatives and the National College of Business Administration and Economics for actively participating in this awareness campaign. We encourage continued collaboration, knowledge sharing, and support to create a more dementia-inclusive society.

Together, through such initiatives, we can make a tangible difference in the lives of those affected by dementia. The World Patients Alliance remains committed to supporting and showcasing the efforts of its member organizations in creating a healthier and more compassionate world.