Events Planned by AIRUD

GP DEMENTIA  SERVICES NEW YORK, INC. presents


Saturday April 12th from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm


“VIOLIN,WINE AND ART FOR DEMENTIA DIARY" 

 


At Kolping House 165 East 88th street New York , 10128 NY


SUPPORT A FAMILY CAREGIVER OF A PATIENT WITH ALZHEIMER DISEASE

 

On Saturday April 12th @ Kolping House join me for a night of "Violin, Wine and Art for DEMENTIA DIARY” an event to fundraise the start of a research to provide better care of patients with Alzheimer Disease or other dementia at home with their family caregivers. 

 

The event is free and open to the public. Suggested donation $ 20- $ 60

 

Doors open 6 p.m., performances begin @ 7 p.m.

Reserve your ticket in advantage or make your donation at the event.

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SIX REASONS TO PARTECIPATE
AT THE EVENT and MAKE A DONATION

 

  1. Receive a voucher for a family caregiver of patient with Alzheimer Disease or other dementia to free attend the Seminar “Living with dementia at home” in June (place and date to be decided).
  2. Enjoy a free glass of Italian Wine.
  3. Be a part of a ruffle with a chance to win a week stay for 2 people at Villaggio Ripa in Italy for summer 2014 (airline ticket not included) http://www.villaggioripa.it
  4. Support financially the starting of research getting IRB approval for Dementia Diary, building of a website, completion of the Dementia Diary ‘s software
  5. Dive deep into the music of S. Bach played by Claudia Schaer ‘s violin http://claudiaschaer.com
  6. View artworks by

A reception will conclude the event.

 

The research program intends to test the Dementia Diary (DD) a psyco-educational support, elaborated in 2008 in New York by Gianni Perilli, Italian sociologist Ph. D.

The DD counts more than  800 suggestions which can be offered by a customized list to family caregivers of patient with AD or other dementia, after an interview with them. The DD helps both family caregivers and patients to better live at home.

The Dementia Diary has three main goals:

 

1) To reduce the incidence of tumors, stroke and depression associated with family caregivers over the period of taking care of an AD patient (from 8 to 20 years)

2) To increase patient’s safety at home

3) To reduce healthcare costs associated with the care of AD patients and family caregivers.

 

Testing the Dementia Diary will involve free assistance to family caregivers in New York. We are currently testing the DD in Italy at “School of Medicine” of Bari.

 

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