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12:12

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Local Alzheimer's association needs funds to build a larger centre in Benalmádena

ALBERTO GÓMEZ world alzheimer's day

The Association of Relatives of Alzheimer's Sufferers in Benalmádena (AFAB) is still seeking financing to expand its present facilities in Avenida Ciudad de Melilla, and build a centre on a site in Myramar that the council set aside for their use in ... 2010. The association's current headquarters are 320 square metres in size, but demand for their services is so high that it has become too small and there is even a waiting list. Town halls join forces to raise awareness on World Alzheimer's Day ... the effects of Alzheimer's at its day centre and help provide a better quality of life for sufferers and support for their families," said Navas. The president of AFAB Mari Cruz Azuaga, stressed how important it is for "everyone to get involved, and

11:52

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Town halls join forces to raise awareness on World Alzheimer's Day

Tony Bryant

The town halls of Torremolinos and Benalmádena have joined forces to mark World Alzheimer's Day by supporting events aimed at generating social awareness of the condition, while offering information and support for those affected by the disease. The ... events began last week, with the installation of an information marquee outside Torremolinos town hall. Assisted by AFAB, the Benalmádena-based organisation that offers help to Alzheimer's sufferers and their families, the initiative provides ... information on the prevalence of the disease and guidelines for its detection. related news Local Alzheimer's association needs funds to build a larger centre in Benalmádena The organisation has also arranged a lecture in the Pablo Picasso Cultural

20:33

LifeStyle

Marbella Rotary Club to attempt world-record beetle drive for Alzheimer's

Tony Bryant

...challenge in Marbella will hopefully break the current world record of 252 players, while also helping to raise funds for the Asociación de Familiares de Enfermos de Alzheimer's (AFA), the Marbella-based organisation that supports Alzheimer's sufferers and

10:34

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Alzheimer's sufferers and their families get royal support

Ángel Escalera

Queen Sofía, the mother of King Felipe VI, expressed support for those suffering from Alzheimer's and their families, as she officially opened the VII National Alzheimer's Conference in Malaga recently. She said relatives who care forAlzheimer ... Services and Equality, Mario Garcés, and Cheles Cantabrana, the president of the Spanish Alzheimer's Confederation (CEAFA), which organised the event. Susana Díaz stressed that it is important for Alzheimer's sufferers to benefit from integral treatment. ... she said. The mayor of Malaga said that Alzheimer's is challenging for everybody, and that more progress is needed in research and in the way these families are looked after and assisted. He stressed that caring for Alzheimer's patients is difficult

13:05

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Spanish researchers make progress towards early detection of Alzheimer's Disease

ALFONSO TORICES

Spanish researchers from the Pascual Maragall Foundation have made a pioneering discovery which will enable some types of Alzheimer's Disease to be detected early in people who are still healthy and showing no sign of the illness. About 800,000 ... people in Spain currently have Alzheimer's, and that number is expected to triple in the next 30 years and reach epidemic proportions. The experts, who received financial support from La Caixa Foundation, have just published the results of the world's ... largest neuroimaging study - magnetic resonance scans of the brain - carried out on people who are healthy but who carry the gene which gives the highest risk of suffering Alzheimer's, the APOE-E4. The study, which will be published in 'Alzheimer's &

14:29

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Alzheimer's charities swap experiences in a fact-finding visit thanks to an online meeting

SUR IN ENGLISH

...partnership with the British Consulate in Malaga, was meeting with local charities that have been using it to help their work, including Age Concern, Red Cross, AVISA interpreters in the Axarquía and local Alzheimer's groups. Dr Hall explained, "The Support ... addresses of their local town halls, charities or health centres." Rebecca Flowerdew, ADSI: "It is hard to explain what it is like looking after an elderly relative with Alzheimer's unless you have been through it""One positive result of the Support in ... Spain website is that groups with similar interests and activities are finding out about each other for the first time," added Dr Hall. This is the case of groups supporting Alzheimer's and dementia sufferers. This week she was able to witness first-hand

09:59

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“We'll be able to predict Parkinson's and Alzheimer's before symptoms appear”

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

Alzheimer's, which is precisely what you are also researching now. Yes; it is worrying because some very promising clinical tests have been carried out, but they haven't produced results. That's why we are asking ourselves what the problem is; why aren't we ... are being developed in order to be able to predict Parkinson's and Alzheimer's before they start to show. Many of the clinical tests at the moment are going in that direction. It's impressive how many genetic and molecular studies are being carried

17:17

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Keep your brain in shape now, avoid problems in the future

RAQUEL MERINO

...affecting the brain. For example migraine, which can affect the quality of life of those who suffer from them; stroke; neurodegenerative illnesses such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's, or epilepsy, are some of the most common neurological pathologies in ... our brain to neurodegenerative illnesses such as Alzheimer's and help to prevent them."

11:29

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The steps of the lost

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...go to the other side of Spain: they're right here, in a radius of three kilometres from their homes. These are deaths which could have been prevented,” says Joaquín Amills, the president of SOS Desaparecidos. Why do Alzheimer's sufferers get lost? ... are early symptoms of this form of dementia. “There can also be temporary disorientation”, says Cheles Cantabrana, president of the Spanish Alzheimer's Confederation (Ceafa). “They might go to the hairdresser on a Sunday, or head off to work without ... from the past A tendency to wander about is a typical sign of Alzheimer's and it also appears in more advanced stages. “Some patients have recurring and obsessive ideas. They don't recognise the house in which they live and they go out to look for

14:44

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“I haven't changed because they have told me I have Alzheimer's: I'm still me”

Ángel Escalera

Ildefonso Fernández, a 58-year-old from La Rioja, has recently helped others to understand what life is like for someone who is affected by Alzheimer's. “I haven't changed because they said I have Alzheimer's; I'm still me and that's how I want to ... be treated,” he said. Ildefonso is in the initial stage of this neurodegenerative condition, which was diagnosed when he was 57, and he was giving his point of view at the VII National Alzheimer's Conference which took place at the Palacio ... de Ferias y Congresos in Malaga recently and was organised by the Spanish Alzheimer's Confederation (CEAFA). Alzheimer's sufferers and their families get royal support After being introduced by the president of CEAFA, Cheles Cantabrana, he explained