Saint-Pierre. Information and well-being platforms, various activities such as Zumba and dance shows, this is the awareness day program for Alzheimer’s and related diseases, which was held yesterday at the Nelson Mandela Gymnasium in Saint-Pierre. Reunion has about 10,000 people with Alzheimer’s disease. The aim of this event was to inform the people of Reunion about all the measures taken by the association to support and help families and patients, but also and above all to raise awareness of the fact that life continues after diagnosis.
“France Alzheimer’s Réunion leads an ongoing battle with those suffering from Alzheimer’s and related diseases in Réunion, in order to help them and their companions better manage a daily life that is not always easy, Explains Sylvie Agnes, France’s President for Alzheimer’s Reunion in a press release. This disease affects thousands of people on the island, and no one is immune from it. That is why, in addition to our mission of accompanying, supporting and caring for patients, at home or in nursing homes, we make sure to put in place fun and educational activities to educate residents in their attire.”
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