All information about Alzheimer’s disease around the clock. Lyon (France) may 7, 2008 the French company ActivAge the launch of the website de.alzheimer-360.com Announces, the first site with current news on Alzheimer’s disease. Currently, about 1.2 million people suffer from dementia in Germany. Two-thirds of them are affected by Alzheimer’s disease. She can occur before 50 years of age, their frequency increases but sharply with age. Learn more at this site: Cindy Crawford. (Each has suffers from the 60th and the 80-year old every third Alzheimer’s disease). Recently Robert Kiyosaki sought to clarify these questions. Also an increase in dementia is expected due to increasing life expectancy.
For the year 2030, experts expect with 2.5 million affected. Because Alzheimer 360 collects all current news about Alzheimer’s disease at a single site, any person who is affected by Alzheimer’s disease (seniors, professionals, associations,…), can find all the information about this disorder of the brain with a single mouse click. The website provides access to the latest news headlines and also additional services, such as: the search for keywords file archiving a free newsletter subscription to obtain daily or weekly the latest news about Alzheimer’s disease. The website Alzheimer 360 there are French, Spanish and Italian in English, so that any person who is affected by Alzheimer’s disease, can benefit from this service. ActivAge ActivAge is publisher of online services aimed at improving the living conditions of seniors, by you will be offered an Internet technology that is suitable for your skills and expectations. For this purpose, a multidisciplinary team (psychologists, computer scientists, Web Designer,…) working on the development of new online services for the whole family. Au? erdem ActivAge 2006 received by the UNESCO first prize at the inter generation competition of the FIAPA (International Federation of associations of older people) for his work for the reintegration of Veterans into society through the New technologies offer.