Alzheimer Conversations program

Alzheimer’s Research Foundation

Created in 2004, the Alzheimer’s Research Foundation’s mission is to support research into Alzheimer’s and related disorders by focusing on clinical research.

The aim of the Alzheimer’s Conversations program is to train care staff and to inform the public about Alzheimer’s through a series of free conferences. The conferences are divided into two parts: the first part provides scientific information on advances  in research, and the second provides information on non-medicinal therapies. The Alzheimer’s Research Foundation has also launched the SOS EHPAD project, with the aim of providing caregivers with additional training which will help contribute to better care.