Alzheimer's Action Foundation is helping individuals and their families affected by Alzheimer's Disease by playing a new and unique role in the understanding, reduction, and ultimate elimination of this devastating condition.
Our approach is aggressive. As the search for cause and cure continues, in conjunction with various lifestyle changes believed to reduce likelihood of onset, we are making use of new technologies now routinely available to improve quality of life and relieve pressure on care givers.
With the proliferation of interactive broadband in the home, mobile devices, and monitoring sensors in non-entertainment sectors, patients and families can experience profound changes arising from a crescendo of innovative “applications” and “content” not previously available to the consumer.
Focus on Veterans, Traumatic Brain Injury and Demographic Groups with High Risk
Our implementation of technology and education solutions is made more efficient by the direct involvement of our Principals with issues faced by:
Traumatic Brain Injury patients
Other demographic groups with a higher probability of developing Alzheimer’s (See “resources” tab)
Alzheimer's Action Foundation is a non-profit organization. The majority of funding for our programs comes from individual donations and fund raising activities.
Our unique approach is enhanced by pre-existing work with the groups above and our technology packaging benefits from a strategic partnership with Direct Action Networks International (www.directactionnetworks.com), a diversified broadband and media company in New York City which is intimately involved in the emergence of new broadband solutions which are widely mis-understood by the popular and professional press.
We welcome you to join us in this important mission!
"All sunsets are not the same"
Pragmatic Approaches. We utilize an aggressive combination of health care, education, finance, and emerging technologies to make an immediate difference in the lives of current and future Alzheimer's patients.
Healthcare Disparities. We also attack existing lifestyle and access limitations imposed on disadvantaged or excluded groups early in life, which are already contributing to the current population of Alzheimer's patients. The irreversible damage done by healthcare disparities earlier in life has been clearly demonstrated, and for this condition with unknown cause, many of these realities remain for certain groups. In a nutshell, those interested in correcting various social injustice have before them a tangible set of results that are not limited to cultural impact.
Alzheimer's Action Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.