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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

World Alzheimer's Awareness Week 2010 - Mumbai, India.

Dementia - It’s Time for Action!

On the occasion of World Alzheimer’s Day on 21st Sep 2010 ARDSI (Alzheimer's & Related Disorders Society of India) Greater Mumbai and Mumbai Chapter in association with ‘Silver Inning Foundation’ is proud to Announce One Week Programme to create awareness about Dementia and Alzheimer’s in city of Mumbai. All over India ARDSI and its networking organisation will hold awareness campaign.

Tentative Programme detail:

1) Fri 17th Sep 2010: 'Brain Game and Keeping Alzheimer's Away' at Cosmopolitan School , Mira Road. 5.45PM To 6.45PM

2) Tue 21st Sep 2010: Memory Camp at Kisangopal Rajpuria Vanprashtashram (old age home) , Uttan, Bhayandar west . 10am to 1pm

3) Tue 21st Sep 2010: Release of info booklet “10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's" in Mumbai

4) Sat 25th Sep 2010 : Talk on - "Know more about Alzheimer's" at Vanita Samaj ,near Mayor Bungalow, Shivaji Park, Dadar 5.30pm to 6.30pm

5) Sun 26th Sep: Awareness Camp at Holy Family Hospital, Bandra

6) Tue 28th Sep : Talk on "Help for Alzheimer's Family Members" at ( HELP) Health Education Library for People, National Insurance Building, Gr Floor,206, Dr.D.N.Road, Mumbai - 400 001. 4.30pm to 6pm


Contact: Sailesh Mishra , Founder President, Silver Inning Foundation
Founder ARDSI Greater Mumbai Chapter , Mobile:9987104233/ 09819819145 Email: silverinnings@gmail.com

Link: http://silverinnings.blogspot.com/2010/09/world-alzheimers-awareness-week-2010.html

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