Alzheimer Europe (AE)
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1992-03-02 Brussels Belgium
2 Mar 1992, Brussels (Belgium), on adoption of statutes, following initial moves, 3 Sep 1990, Leuven (Belgium) and inaugural meeting, Jan 1991, Nordbergum (Netherlands). Statutes amended and adopted at Annual Meeting on 1 Oct 1997, Helsinki (Finland), when seat transferred to Luxembourg and registered in accordance with Luxembourg law. Most recent statutes adopted, Jul 1999, London (UK). EU Transparency Register: 37399753690-65.
Support patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease, or related disorders, and their care providers; raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease among medical practitioners, paramedical organizations, social services and the European institutions; develop models for improved care of Alzheimer patients and promote training of care personnel; increase political advocacy in each member country; encourage and support research and the advance of knowledge into the cause, early diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the disease; promote worldwide cooperation with other organizations having the same or similar objectives.
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