Direktiva di Fundashon Alzheimer Bonaire segun tradishon ta organisá su ‘masha
danki party’ na komienso di aña pa pone su boluntarionan den spòtlait.

Djasabra 14 di yanüari último esaki tabata e kaso atrobe. E biaha aki na The
Bonairian Hotel, Restaurant & Lounge. E aña aki a invitá solamente e
boluntarionan ku tabata mas inbolbí den 2022 pa por a duna nan mas atenshon
pa ku nan kontribushon i sosten durante 2022.

Tres boluntario ku a bria den trabou komo boluntario pa e fundashon aña pasá
durante e enkuentro ameno, a risibí no un sertifikado manera den pasado sino un
FAB-pin “Amigunan di FAB” introdusí e aña aki i tambe un regalo for di man di
presidente Sr. Evert L. Piar .

E tresnan ku a sobresalí ta Sra. Lizaima Albertus , sra Barbara Griot i sr. Gilberto
Pa medio di e komunikado akí direktiva ta gradisí e boluntarionan ku no por tabata
presente, pa nan koperashon i sosten den 2022 i ta spera ku den 2023 tambe por
konta ku nan.

Riba potrèt presente/boluntarionan , miembronan di direktiva di FAB i tambe e
tres boluntarionan ku a sobresalí .

The World Alzheimer Report 2022 is dedicated to the vast topic of post-diagnosis support – an umbrella term encompassing the variety of official and informal services and information aimed at promoting the health, social, and psychological wellbeing of people with dementia and their carers after a diagnosis.

Click on the image to download the report.

Within the report, you will find 119 essays across 24 chapters covering the many facets of life following a diagnosis of dementia, written by experts from around the world – whether they be researchers, health and social care professionals, informal carers, or people living with dementia speaking from experience.

Some of the key topics covered in the report include:

  • The importance of staging dementia and the specificities of different forms of dementia
  • The practical considerations in managing symptoms of dementia
  • The impact of diagnosis on people living with dementia, their carers, relatives and communities
  • International and national perspectives on models of care
  • The significance of dementia awareness and education to combat stigma and ensure better care