Our Strategy

Achieving our vision will cause us to encourage and where possible facilitate:

  • Responsible Research
  • Leading Education
  • Increased Awareness

The strategies used to achieve our mission include:

  1. Responsible Research:
    • Clinical trials – Are invaluable in bringing to the market helpful medical strategies and interventions which will ultimately lead us to a lasting cure.
    • Medication management – Responsible medication management often offers those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease a better quality of life.
    • Psycho-social interventions – Providing creatively insightful social and environmental enhancements have proven useful in limiting the need for medication and other medical interventions.
    • Patterns and trends – Tracking emerging research provides a solid basis to learn from our experiences, gauge where we currently are in fighting this disease and direct us on where we still need to go in meeting our mission.
    • Learning environments – Without offering quality settings where for medical personnel, professional caregivers and local volunteers can experience the impact of this disease, they will be limited in their ability to develop new and effective interventions.
  2. Leading Education:
    • Medical personnel. Our scope includes providing members of the professional medical community meaningful encounters and hands-on experiences with those suffering with Alzheimer’s disease. We know that such opportunities will ultimately lead to a:
      1. Better understanding of the illness,
      2. Improved diagnosing techniques,
      3. Enhanced care,
      4. Effective support services and
      5. Cutting edge clinical outcomes.
    • Healthcare professionals. We strive to provide those who work on the “front-lines” with those affected by this illness, helpful insights to better assist them while they routinely give, encourage and implement personalized plans of care for this effected population.
    • Family and friends – To those personally effected, we seek to provide support, encouragement and realistic hope while they journey alongside those suffering with Alzheimer’s disease.
  3. Increased Awareness:
    • By learning from the life experiences of the individuals, family and friends of those personally impacted by Alzheimer disease we will continue to:
      1. Gain invaluable information,
      2. Discover current patterns and trends in research, care and treatment
      3. Better leverage our shared experiences, and
      4. Identify immerging “best practices”

Expected Results:
As we clearly communicate the results of these findings first locally and then abroad, we will discover:

  • Improved methods to better serve individuals and their families,
  • Useful techniques to slow the negative outcomes in the disease process and
  • Ultimately… play a role through like-minded partnership in having a world free of this disease.