AWARENESS AND SENSITIZATION

As part of our awareness strategy, Alzheimer’s Ghana team visited Kpone Katamanso Senior High School to educate them on Dementia. Discussions were centered on the signs and symptoms of dementia and other related disorders, their diagnosis, the role of government and the civil society in combating and managing it in Ghana.

ALZHEIMER’S GHANA TEAM AFTER A MEETING WITH THE MINISTER OF LANDS AND NATURAL RESOURCES.

The president of Alzheimer’s Ghana Dr. Dennis Bortey (first from right) and the Executive Director of Alzheimer’s Ghana (first from left) visited the Minister of Lands and Natural resources Hon. John Peter Amewu (second from right) and his Deputy Hon. Benito Owusu-Bio (second from left) to discuss the link between mercury and Alzheimer’s as well as the improper use of mercury by the illigal miners.

Awareness and Sensitization

As part of our awareness strategy, Alzheimer’s Ghana team participated regularly on Radio and Television programmes to create awareness and sensitize the public on dementia, using live-broadcast and phone-in to reach out to the public. Alzheimer’s Ghana team was hosted on GTVĀ  and UTV separately to educate and sensitize the entire public. Discussions were centered on the signs and symptoms of dementia and other related disorders, their diagnosis, the role of government and the civil society in combating and managing it in Ghana.