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Alzheimer Europe

Alzheimer Europe is a non-profit organisation which aims to improve the care and treatment of people with dementia through collaboration between its member associations.

In the longer term, AE is striving to become the coordination and information centre for all organisations working in this specific field, such as day care centres, sitting services, training centres for professionals and related organisations. With the steady increase in the life expectancy of Europe's population, the number of people affected by Alzheimer's disease and related disorders is forecast to increase dramatically in the next few years. More importantly, the majority of people with dementia live at home and are cared for by their relatives and friends. Although many organisations are active in supporting them, carers often work alone and could benefit from the know-how and inspiration of others.

This section provides detailed information on our current and past projects, as well as on the statutes, finances and the people behind the organisation.

 

Our work

Currently we are working on three projects (the Dementia Research Observatory, Lawnet and the Dementia Ethics Network). We also organise various events and provide an information reference point on dementia.

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Who we are

Alzheimer Europe counts 36 member organisations from around Europe. We are governed by our Board, whose members have a personal and/or professional interest in dementia.

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Money

Statutes and Finances

Alzheimer Europe carries out its work within a policy of transparency. Our annual accounts, the rules within which we operate and sponsorship information are all available in this section.

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Our partners

Alzheimer Europe works alongside other organisations who share our vision and goals.

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Alzheimer Europe publications

Alzheimer Europe writes various publications including our Yearbooks, the Dementia in Europe magazine, dementia-specific reports and a monthly newsletter covering the most up-to-date news in the field of dementia.

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Last Updated: jeudi 09 octobre 2014

 
 

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