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EASPD hosts online Knowledge Café on social impact of Alzheimer's!

On the 27th January we will discuss the challenge that Alzheimer's presents to health and social services as well as for people living with the disease.

Alzheimer's disease has an impact that goes beyond the health and family of the persons living with it. It is important to understand the social impact it has and how must we deal with it. In fact, with demographic ageing, Alzheimer’s disease continues to grow at an accelerating rate worldwide.  

To bring light to this issue, the EASPD Knowledge and Innovation team is hosting a webinar on the social impact of Alzheimer's on 27th January 2022 at 14:00h CET.  

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The webinar will be held in collaboration with the Co-Care project and Alzheimer Europe, and will focus on new capacity building and knowledge sharing opportunities for stakeholders in the social services sector. The discussions will also include making dementia an EU policy priority and the work that Alzheimer Europe has done to achieve this. Furthermore, Co-Care will present the goals and aspirations of the project.

Find out more about Alzheimer's disease before the webinar.

Co-Care is a project co-funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus + Knowledge alliance programme, that brings together universities, ICT professionals, the health and social care sector and most importantly users to improve teaching and learning approaches and foster entrepreneurship in the ICT and health and social sector to facilitate the daily life of informal caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s. 

Alzheimer Europe is a non-profit non-governmental organisation (NGO) that aims to change perceptions, policy and practice in order to improve the lives of people affected by dementia, by providing a voice to them and their caregivers and making dementia a European priority.