Alzheimer’s disease has a profound impact on countless individuals worldwide, and Armenia is no exception. The task of raising awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and promoting its diagnosis remains a significant challenge within Armenia. However, Alzheimers Care Armenia, under the guidance of the esteemed Dr. Jane Mahakian, has taken remarkable strides
It is not an easy to clearly distinguish healthy aging from dementia, but well-known world research institutes and specialists are working in this direction today. According to Samson Khachatryan, Deputy Director of the National Institute of Health, Consultant on Neurology of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia,
The sewing workshops of “Bari Kari Lab” have been operating in the Nor Nork and Hrazdan day centers of the «Mission Armenia» non-profit organization for about 4 years. In the workshop, which includes only elderly people, about 10 products are sewn: bags, aprons, pens, bathrobes, shirts, bed linen, pillows, towels,
Mikhail Aghajanov, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Biochemistry of Yerevan State Medical University after Mkhitar Heratsi, who create the Armenian Alzheimer’s Association 20 years ago, predicts that Alzheimer’s disease would soon become a big challenge for our country as well as for the whole world.
Every Wednesday, from 10:30 to 12:00, elderly people with memory impairments, their families and caregivers come to Memory café. Here older people have the opportunity to spend their daily life interestingly, learn new things, follow the rules of a healthy lifestyle that trains memory and slows down aging. In Yerevan
According to Sianna Movsisyan, a clinical psychologist, psychologist at Expert Technologies, the actual retirement of 65-year-old people is not a problem, it all depends on what kind of activity a person carries out after that. The most important thing for older people is to feel healthy and useful. Society and