Providing financial support to ARDSI Calcutta will give you the chance to establish or expand programs and services in the communities that are essential for families coping with this disease. So, kindly enable ARDSI Calcutta to advance initiatives, develop new services, research best care practices, and identify and replicate high quality programs that ultimately will benefit the entire Alzheimer’s community.
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You may choose from the many activities and services we extend. All of them are important and are as urgent, since, hiring the words of the World Health Organisation, “the Dementia Epidemic is Here” and “there is no time to lose”.
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Contributions to the society is eligible for Tax Relief under Section 80G of Income tax Act, 1961.
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We once again earnestly request you to advance your generous hands and donate whatever amount possible for you to the dementia cause. Your support will make a huge difference to the mission.
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I have been educated in some of the best schools of Calcutta, India. The Salesian sisters inculcated a strong sense of responsibility towards the society, a deep sense of gratitude and the feeling of giving back to the less privileged, in whatever way I can. My mother was an Alzheimer’s patient and since the diagnosis I am more than aware of Alzheimer’s and its ravages on the human mind and body. I was the secondary caregiver to her, along with my sister who was her primary carer, my mother is in another world now, but we can never forget the strong support that ARDSI had extended to us while taking care of her. Both of us are also actively involved with the Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Society, Calcutta Chapter and my sister continues to contribute in little ways-primarily by raising awareness and sharing her own experiences of being carers for the betterment of others in our situation. I strongly feel a donation of any amount is subservient to the thought behind it, the thought of being able to contribute and serve humankind in general, a feeling of being of some value to people who have forgotten and a small gesture to be able to make a difference in the lives of people who cannot remember. I am so glad that the little contribution that I made to the cause of ARDSI has done a little something to improve the lives of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Dementia and in my case Alzheimer's was something that impacted me directly.Seeing my father a proud man go through it and the impact it had on the primary carer my mother - has probably traumatized me forever. It is a cruel disease with the helplessness of it all at times worse than the disease. I chose to give as that is the least I can do.Anything that I or we can do to help families going through this is worth it. Will we ever have a cure for this? I don't know.But until then it is upto us to ensure patients have dignity and families have the means to cope with this. Regards
It has been now over 2 years that we have been privileged to be associated with your organisation. At the beginning our awareness and specially the ability to manage this ailment and become effective carers was very limited. I have witnessed the level of professionalism and dedication your team & you have put in, within your financial constraints. This has been remarkable. I felt we all must do our bit to promote and assist your organisation and the little contribution is a token of that gratitude & heartfelt encouragement. Warm regards
Dementia is a sad condition that affects a large number of people in their old age. Two of my own uncles are affected, and it is really scary to think that it could affect any of us in our later years. It is distressing when the body is still okay but the mind loses its function, and highly intelligent and active people lose even the ability to recognise their loved ones. I had heard about ARDSI from my brother-in-law, Dr Malay Ghosal, who has been intimately associated with the organisation in his capacity as a psychiatrist. I have read about the work ARDSI is doing in this field, and feel honoured and humbled to be able to contribute, however minutely, to the wonderful work this organisation doing. Please continue your great contribution to society.