Alzheimer’s Association Creates Live Well E-Learning Program for Early Stage Patients

Alzheimer’s Association Creates Live Well E-Learning Program for Early Stage Patients
ComputerThe Cigna Foundation announced that is awarding a $196,000 World of Difference grant to the Alzheimer’s Association to support the development of a program dedicated to help early stage patients currently diagnosed with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. LiveWell interactive E-Learning Program is meant to be a new and web-based educational tool to fight social isolation, raise awareness about the importance of having a social support network, and improve patients' lifestyle. “We’re providing a fresh approach to improving quality of life for those living with Alzheimer’s. The new learning program uses a multimedia strategy, including video of people living with the disease, motion graphics and activity, to engage people and further amplify the education and support the Alzheimer’s Association offers 24/7,” explained the national director of early stage initiatives at the Alzheimer’s Association, Monica Moreno.

“Our goal with the program is to help people remain active participants in their communities, maximize independence and well-being, and gain a sense of control over living with the disease,” Moreno added. Therefore, the association is going to start by conducting a research with early stage Alzheimer's patients and other types of dementia, in

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