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People including students from various sectors will participate in the program. The walk will start from Rajendra maidan and ends at Marine Drive Cochin. Approximate 1200 people are expected to walk in the campaign.
Awareness classes will be organized in the following places such as Schools, Colleges, Mobility hub, railways stations, Shopping malls, CUSAT campus, JLN stadium, Marine Drive etc.
Awareness Classes:Team members of Udbodh and volunteers will organize awareness programs at various places in Ernakulam district. Selected representatives will be given TOT (training of trainer) and they will be deployed at various Taluk regions to conduct awareness classes for school children. A minimum number of 50 awareness classes will be carried out in Ernakulum district.
Kiosk @ selected places :MSW students will organize mass awareness campaign on dementia by distributing Information Education Communication (IEC) materials.
Quiz Programs :Short quiz program will be organized at crowded place in Ernakulum District.
Themes on dementia will be provided to college students. They are encouraged to make posters and exhibit at the conference venue. (prize money will be awarded).
Painting competition will be conducted for selected schools at Cochin (Prize money will be awarded)
MC comprise of social workers, geriatricians, Psychiatrists, neurologist. Memory clinic is the initial step to diagnose dementia. The team has selected some hospitals at Cochin and the details will be announced in the end of August 2019.
Documentaries about Alzheimer’s and dementia will be screened before selected participants at various places in Cochin.
It’s basically an informal gathering for people living Alzheimers and its care’s at selected cafes in Cochin. The aim of the café is to create a “we feeling” among the informal care givers and encourage mutual support. The presence of clinical practitioners will be ensured for monitoring the health conditions of affected people.
Early detection will help to prolong a healthy life and therefore, a mass screening program will be conducted across Ernakulam district.
Music is the most traditional way to create a positive dialogue among the community and hence, a music band performing songs about Alzheimer’s Disease.
Professor Cathy Greenblat, Professor Emerita of Sociology, Rutgers University Engaged in cross-cultural photographic project on aging, dementia and end of life care, since 2002. Author of 15 books including Alive with Alzheimer’s and Love, Loss and Laughter: Seeing Alzheimer’s Differently.