Information Organization Details
Organization Name: Alzheimer's Disease Association of the Philippines (ADAP)
Organization Type: Main
Category: Network/Alliance
Region: NCR - National Capital Region
Address: Room 410 Medical Arts Building St Lukes Medical Center QC sr Ave E Rodriquez Quezon City
Agency Registered:
  • SEC
  • Registration Number: A200015509
    Date Established Registered: N/A
    No. of Members: 50
    Scope of Services: National
    Frequency of Meeting: Once a month
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  • Alzheimer’s Disease Association of the Philippines (ADAP), founded in March 2000 and a member of the Alzheimer’s Disease International in 2002, is an organization composed of person with dementia and their family caregivers, dedicated doctors with special interest in dementia, allied – medical professionals and other involved in the care of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias. VISION & MISSION We are the recognized prime mover in the Prevention, Care, and Cure of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias in the Philippines. We will do this by: Accelerating Awareness through education and training Developing support services and best practices that improve quality of life and patient care Advancing culturally-sensitive local research that enhances care and treatment Partnering and engaging with organizations and communities who are passionate in developing Dementia-friendly environments. VALUES Passion for Excellence • We demand of ourselves the highest standards in every endeavor we will undertake. Commitment • We willingly share precious time, expertise, and resources for the continuous growth of ADAP and its vision Ethical Practices • We work within the acceptable norms and standards that preserve the dignity of human life. Innovation • We continuously explore viable, new, and alternative approaches in attaining ADAP’S vision. Social Responsibility • We take an active role in advocating solutions that address the needs of the Alzheimer disease patients, their families and healthcare professionals involving: • Legislation, • Disease management guidelines, • Public fora and advocacy programs, and • Other relevant engagements
  • Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia
  • Older Persons