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Alzheimers And Related Disorders Society Of India Hyderabad Deccan Chapter Ngo In Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh

Alzheimers And Related Disorders Society Of India Hyderabad Deccan Chapter Ngo Information

ALZHEIMERS AND RELATED DISORDERS SOCIETY OF INDIA HYDERABAD DECCAN CHAPTER Non Governmental Organization is located in hyderabad Andhra Pradesh . ALZHEIMERS AND RELATED DISORDERS SOCIETY OF INDIA HYDERABAD DECCAN CHAPTER is registered as a Society at hyderaabd of state Andhra Pradesh with Ngo unique registration ID 'AP/2009/0015912' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 561 on the date of 28-08-2009, Its parent ORganaisation is Alzheimers and Related Disorders society of india. The Chairman of ALZHEIMERS AND RELATED DISORDERS SOCIETY OF INDIA HYDERABAD DECCAN CHAPTER is Dr Suvarna Alladi and Chief functionary officer is Dr Suvarna Alladi. Promoters are Dr Chandrasekhar, Bala Tripura Sundari, ,.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
ALZHEIMERS AND RELATED DISORDERS SOCIETY OF INDIA HYDERABAD DECCAN CHAPTER
Unique Id of VO/NGO
AP/2009/0015912
Chief Functionary
Dr Suvarna Alladi
Chairman
Dr Suvarna Alladi
Secretary
Rukhsana Ansari
Treasurer
Shashidhar Komaravolu
Promoter 1
Dr Chandrasekhar
Promoter 2
Bala Tripura Sundari

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
561
City of Registration
hyderaabd
State of Registration
Andhra Pradesh
Date of Registration
28-08-2009
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Country
India
Telephone
040-66103413
Mobile Number
9885069539
Address
8-2-332-5, rd no. 3, banjara hills, hyderabad pin-500034
Website

ALZHEIMERS AND RELATED DISORDERS SOCIETY OF INDIA HYDERABAD DECCAN CHAPTER Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This ALZHEIMERS AND RELATED DISORDERS SOCIETY OF INDIA HYDERABAD DECCAN CHAPTER NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Aged/Elderly

Operational States

Andhra Pradesh

Operational Districts

Hyderabad

Major Activities and Achivements

Awareness programs: ARDSI Hyderabad Deccan conducts lectures and seminars to raise the awareness of dementia at public forums such as senior citizens organziations, social clubs, corporates, colleges and schools. ARDSI Hyderabad Deccan partners with AASARA-GHMC for bi-monthly awareness sessions at Senior Citizens forums in Hyderabad. Memory Clinic: The Memory Clinic at the Nizamís Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) provides multidisciplinary care and expertise in assessment, diagnosis and management of persons with dementia. Services offered include medical support, diagnosis, treatment, counselling and speech therapy. Caregivers Meetings A "Theme based" meeting for family caregivers, volunteers and healthcare professionals is conducted on the second Saturday of every month at the Memory Clinic, NIMS. Covering various aspects of dementia care, these support group meetings are both informative and therapeutic, effectively extending the support network to family caregivers. Helpline A 24 hr helpline for effective community outreach is provided Research ARDSI Hyderabad Deccan, in collaboration with the memory clinic at NIMS, is conducting: An epidemiological survey to study prevalence and incidence of dementia in urban and rural centers Research in communication interventions for a bi-lingual population Literature ARDSI Hyderabad Deccan has published caregivers manual, What is Dementia brochures and various other materials in English and local languages. Training Programs ARDSI Hyderabad Deccan conducts training programs for caregivers and healthcare professionals including induction training in dementia care and functional rehabilitation of persons with dementia. A Short-term training course is conducted for home attendants in practical aspects of dementia care, in collaboration with AASARA(GHMC), and the Pain Relief and Palliative Care Society, Hyderabad. Home Visits As part of the person-centered care approach, trained volunteers conduct home-visits, which include patient and caregiver interviews, education of family members to the nature and progression of disease, suggestions of environmental modifications and functional interventions to improve the quality of life of the patient and family. Guidance and Counselling Counseling is provided to care givers on regular basis. Caregivers are encouraged to discuss their experiences with staff and constructive advice is shared. Caregivers manuals and helpsheets on several practical aspects of dementia care such hygiene, feeding, mobility, communication, activities are also provided. Other Activities: Memory Screening Camps, Observation of World Alzheimers Day - September 21, National Consultative Meeting of Experts on the National Dementia Strategy