Leah Arnaud, journalist
Even in the case of Kovid-19, the Society will continue to inform, support and accompany individuals and their family caregivers with Alzheimer’s Chowder-Appalachian disease. Learn about this disease and other neurocognitive disorders throughout the month of January, which is Alzheimer’s month.
The organization offers telephone consultations, virtual support groups, leisure and stimulus activities as well as personal meetings to break the loneliness exacerbated by the epidemic context.
The Chowdhury-Appalachians Alzheimer’s Society provides a number of services to people with neurocognitive disorder, including Alzheimer’s and their families. In addition, the Alzheimer’s Society raises awareness among the general public about the consequences of neurocognitive disorders.