Alzheimer’s/ dementia information in Assamese (selected excerpts from Dementia India Report 2010: Assamese version of executive summary)

The Assamese version of the Executive Summary of the Dementia India Report 2010 has been made available by ARDSI Guwahati Chapter. This report gives an overview of dementia and care in the context of India. Some selected excerpts are presented in this post for the convenience of persons who read Assamese, to perhaps interest them enough to read it or share it. View/ download the full report at the site of the Guwahati chapter of ARDSI (Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Society of India) at : Dementia Report in Assamese, PDF file (1.1 MB)

Some excerpts from the report have been posted below.
Here is a paragraph about dementia.

small paragraph on dementia in Assamese

Diseases causing irreversible dementia, and their typical early symptoms
table in Assamese giving dementia causing diseases and their typical symptoms

Modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors for dementia

Modifiable and non modifiable risks in Assamese giving dementia causing diseases and their typical symptoms

The impact of dementia at various levels
The impact of dementia at three inter-related levels in Assamese

You can view/ download the full report at the site of ARDSI Guwahati, at Dementia Report in Assamese, PDF file (1.1 MB)

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Dementia In India, 2015: An Infographic

Information on current dementia prevalence in India and future estimates are published in various national and international reports and papers, as are discussions on the problems faced and possible actions. However, most such reports are long and dense, and reaching the relevant sections is not easy. As part of my content creation work, I have put together some salient points from across these in the form of an infographic that is quick and easy to read.

The infographic is uploaded on Slideshare and can be viewed in the player below (or directly on Slideshare at this link).

The slideshare link as well as the player above include options to share the infographic.

You can also view the full infographic on the Dementia Care Notes site at Dementia in India: An overview. The page includes various ways to share the infographic or include the code on your site.

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Some information in Kannada (Dementia India Report 2010: Kannada version of executive summary

The Kannada version of the Executive Summary of the Dementia India Report 2010 was released by NIMHANS, Bangalore, in 2011. I have now made it available on my Dementia Care Notes website for ready reference by anyone who is interested. I am also including a few excerpts below, hopefully to get some of the Kannada-reading persons interested enough to either read it or to let others know about it.

cover of Kannada version of the Executive Summary of the Dementia India Report 2010
You can view/ download the report here: Kannada version of the Executive Summary of the Dementia India Report 2010, PDF file (1.18 MB)

Some excerpts from the report have been posted below (snipped as images). You can click on these to view/ download the full report.

Diseases causing dementia, and their typical early symptoms
table in Kannada giving dementia causing diseases and their typical symptoms

Modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors
Modifiable and non modifiable risks in Kannada giving dementia causing diseases and their typical symptoms

Growth in dementia cases expected over the years (India) (numbers in millions, graphed using age groups)
Growth in dementia cases expected over the years (India)

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