Alzheimer’s Ghana delivering a talk on Dementia for elderly in Tema-Accra.

Alzheimer’s Ghana team visited a group of elders in Tema to deliver a talk 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.

Patient Solidarity Day

Patient Solidarity Day

Patients Solidarity Day

Patients Solidarity Day

Saturday, 3 December, 2016

Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Association Ghana invites you to celebrate Patient Solidarity Day, Saturday 3rd December. Patients from across the world will come together on this day. This is a unique opportunity for patients, patients’ groups and others to stand together and proclaim that patient-centered universal health coverage is essential and that no-one can be left behind.

The theme this year is: ‘Leave no-one behind: sustainable patient-centered universal health coverage for all by 2030’

WORLD ALZHEIMER`S DAY 2015

4th World Alzheimer`s Day Conference in Ghana and the 3rd Anniversary Celebration of Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Association of Ghana.
Alzheimer`s Ghana celebrated 4th World Alzheimer`s Day in Accra, Ghana and also used the same occasion to mark its 3rd Anniversary Celebration. Over 100 people were present including persons suffering from dementia and their families, Doctors, Nurses, researchers, clinicians, Government Officials, representatives from our partner NGOs e.g. WHO, Basic Needs Ghana, UNFPA and the Australian High Commission in Ghana, staff and volunteers of Alzheimer and Related Disorders of Ghana.
The theme of the Conference is “REMEMDER ME” which touched on encouraging people all around the world to learn to spot the signs of dementia, but also not to forget about loved ones who are living with dementia, or those who may have passed away.

World Alzheimer`s Day Conference 2015 in Ghana.

WORLD ALZHEIMER`S DAY 2015

4th World Alzheimer`s Day Conference in Ghana and the 3rd Anniversary Celebration of Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Association of Ghana.
Alzheimer`s Ghana celebrated 4th World Alzheimer`s Day in Accra, Ghana and also used the same occasion to mark its 3rd Anniversary Celebration. Over 100 people were present including persons suffering from dementia and their families, Doctors, Nurses, researchers, clinicians, Government Officials, representatives from our partner NGOs e.g. WHO, Basic Needs Ghana, UNFPA and the Australian High Commission in Ghana, staff and volunteers of Alzheimer and Related Disorders of Ghana.
The theme of the Conference is “REMEMDER ME” which touched on encouraging people all around the world to learn to spot the signs of dementia, but also not to forget about loved ones who are living with dementia, or those who may have passed away.

September is World Alzheimer’s Month!

September is World Alzheimer’s Month!

September 2019 will mark the eighth global World Alzheimer’s Month™, an international campaign to raise awareness and challenge stigma.

The theme for World Alzheimer’s Month 2016 was Remember Me. We’re encouraging people all around the world to learn to spot the signs of dementia, but also not to forget about loved ones who are living with dementia, or those who may have passed away.

The impact of September’s campaign is growing, but the stigmatization and misinformation that surrounds dementia remains a global problem.