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31 January, 2018

Dementia included in draft WHO programme of work

The explicit mention of dementia has been included in the World Health Organization (WHO) draft 13th General programme of work 2019-2023 following.....
30 January, 2018

33rd International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International

The next ADI Conference will be held in Chicago, USA. The conference will feature presentations on the latest science, care and treatment of dementia from.....
30 January, 2018

September World Alzheimer’s Month 2018

September marks the global World Alzheimer’s Month, an international campaign to raise awareness and challenge stigma. Alzheimer associations across the.....
13 December, 2017

Alzheimer’s Australia’s Staff Visit

As part of the twinning program between Australia WA and Pakistan, Alzheimer Australia WA staff members Marlene Gorgan and Lorraine Benson.....
13 December, 2017

Visit by Mr. Frank Schaper

Mr. Frank Schaper, CEO of Alzheimer’s Australia WA visited Pakistan for one week during the World Alzheimer Month 2012. This visit was a part of the […]
13 December, 2017

Launch of Report “Dementia: A Public Health Priority”

Dementia: a public health priority was jointly prepared by the World Health Organization and ADI.  It provides the most authoritative overview of the impact of.....
13 December, 2017

Alzheimer’s Pakistan’s Newsletter launched

In the month of April 2013, Alzheimer’s Pakistan launched its first quarterly newsletter The purpose of this publication is to deliver information about Alzheimer’s ...
13 December, 2017

Two Day’s Training Course

Alzheimer’s Pakistan Rawalpindi Chapter organized a two day course on “Alzheimer’s Disease and Care giving” on 29-30 March 2013 at ” Institute of Psychiatry.....
13 December, 2017

World Alzheimer’s Month 2017

September marks the Global World Alzheimer’s Month, an international campaign to raise awareness and challenge stigma. Since 1994, Alzheimer associations .....
  • VOLUNTEER FORM

    A Little Care Is What They Need!






    What is the basic reason for joining this volunteer program?

    (Tick the option that suites you best, you can choose the multiple options as well)
    To support Alzheimer’s PakistanTo learn about DementiaFor gaining experienceTo become an active contributorTo help me get into paid employmentVolunteering is a tradition in my familyAny other reason:

    What would be your preferable way to get involved in this volunteer program?

    (Tick the option that suites you best, you can choose the multiple options as well)
    By making at least five volunteersBy organizing fundraising and donation collecting eventsBy sponsoring a patient for Rs. 2000 per monthBy organizing awareness events. (seminars, camps, walks, etc)By putting up poster on shops, distributing awareness material and placing donation boxes at different locationsBy helping in the establishment of new branches in other citiesAny other way by which you can help Alzheimer’s Pakistan?

     

    Note: It is mandatory for all the volunteers to raise a donation of Rs. 2000 by selling Alzheimer’s Pakistan’s information cards worth 100 rupees (each card) in addition to the above mentioned commitment. All volunteers will be awarded with an acknowledgment certificate.

     


    Alzheimer’s Pakistan

    146/1, Shadman Jail Road, Lahore.Tel: 042-35233935, 35233936
    Email: info@alz.org.pkwebsite: www.alz.org.pk

  • How can you Help ?

    Thank you for your interest in donating to the work of the Alzheimer’s Pakistan. The generous support of donors provides services for people facing Alzheimer’s disease and supports research to improve treatment, care, and prevention strategies. Donations can be made through cash, cheques and bank drafts: Cheques and bank drafts should be addressed to “Alzheimer’s Pakistan”. For cash donations, please find below our bank account number:

    ACCOUNT TITLE:

    Alzheimers Pakistan

    ACCOUNT IBAN:

    PK59 MUCB 0077 6010 1002  6377

    PHONE:

    042 35233935