Media

At the inauguration event for the Alzheimer Medical Center’s new conference hall, Prof. Aharon Barak, President Emeritus of the Supreme Court, gave a lecture. The event was also attended by numerous VIPs from the corporate and legal sectors (January 2017).

Israel BeAsakim [Israel in Business]

A special event to also mark the inauguration of the new conference hall was conducted at the Alzheimer Medical Center. The event was attended by Prof. Aharon Barak, President Emeritus of the Supreme Court (January 2017).

Globes

Numerous VIPs from the corporate and legal sectors at a lecture given by Prof. Aharon Barak, President Emeritus of the Supreme Court, at the Alzheimer Medical Center (January 2017).

Walla Business

Has a vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease been found? An article by Prof. Michael Davidson, Chairperson of the Alzheimer Medical Center (October 2016).

Maariv Online

Numerous VIPs from the business community in Israel attended the inauguration event of the new building at the Alzheimer Medical Center (September 2016).

Globes 

Health Minister Rabbi Yaakov Litzman announced that he would transfer 2 million shekels to complete the night care center that will operate at the Alzheimer Medical Center (September 2016).

Kol Hi radio

Health Minister Rabbi Yaakov Litzman attended the conference at the Alzheimer Center to mark World Alzheimer’s Day and to celebrate the inauguration of the new building and announced he would transfer 2 million shekels to complete the outpatient center (October 2016).

Israel Business News

“Memory Isn’t Everything” – The Alzheimer Medical Center works hard every year to provide residents and their families with customized care and give them hope for the future (September 2016).

An article in ynet

How can you help improve the quality of life of Alzheimer’s patients? Prof.  Michael Davidson, Chairperson of the Alzheimer’s Center, is a guest on Paula  and Lee-On’s health show and explains about the disease (November  2015).

Paula and Leeon’s Morning Show (Minute 17)

Before the book launch that the Ramat Gan Alzheimer Center organized to help raise awareness of the disease: author Amnon Shamosh talks about his book Boker Tov Altz Heimer [Good Morning Altz Heimer] on Iris Kol’s show. The book describes how he coped with his wife’s Alzheimer’s disease. The book was published thanks to a donation from the Ramat Gan Alzheimer Center (November 2015).

Iris Kol’s radio program

In an event organized by the Ramat Gan Alzheimer Center, Amnon Shamosh’s new book was launched, Boker Tov Altz Heimer [Good Morning Altz Heimer]. Prof. Shlomo Mor Yosef, Managing Director of the National Insurance Institute, gave a moving recount of his mother’s story who was afflicted with Alzheimer’s, and announced that the National Insurance Institute is donating to build an additional building for the center (November 2015).

 Article in ynet

Moti Aharonovich said his wedding vows at the Alzheimer Center so that his sick father could share the happy day with him (December 2015).

Gabi Gazit on Radio Lelo Hafsaka

A one of a kind wedding took place at the Alzheimer Center: Guests and their  families arrived at the Alzheimer Center to celebrate Moti Aharonovich and  Maya Reich’s wedding. A chuppah was erected, the Rabbi blessed, and the  young couple was showered with best wishes by all in attendance.  The guests  included Moti’s father, an Alzheimer’s patient at the center confined to a  wheelchair (August 2015).

 “Mabat” with Yakov Aylon

An exciting and exceptional event at the Alzheimer Center: The son of one of  the residents wanted to get married with his father in attendance, and the  management and the staff made it happen. The wedding took place in the  garden at the center (August 2015).

An article in Telavivinet 

Wedding of the year at the Alzheimer Center: Moti Aharonovich wanted to  celebrate the exciting moments of his wedding with his father. The  management at the Alzheimer Center, where his father is a resident, made the center’s garden available as a venue for the wedding (August 2015).

Article in the Local Ramat Ganpaper

A moving and exciting wedding at the Alzheimer Center: The management  made the center’s garden available to enable one of the residents who is afflicted with Alzheimer’s and is confined to a wheelchair, to participate in his son’s wedding (September 2015).

An article in Motkeh

Why is music therapy effective with Alzheimer’s patients? Dr. Ayelet Dassa, the research coordinator at the center, explains why music affects Alzheimer’s   patients and how music can contribute to non-medicinal treatment of patients   (July 2015).

An article in Channel 10 magazine

A unique theater project conducted at the Alzheimer Center together with Beit   Zvi, as a contribution to the community. Students and Alzheimer’s patients   participate together in a group, where the students dramatize the memories   the patient’s evoke (July 2015).

Article in ynet

Alzheimer’s patients lose their short term memory, but their long term memory remains intact. Nitai Eliash, Managing Director of the Alzheimer Center, explains how evoking memories contributes to treating Alzheimer’s patients (June 2015).

Nana 10 news

How do old songs affect Alzheimer’s patients? A study conducted at the  center showed that a music therapy group contributes to slowing the  deterioration of language skills among the patients (April 2015).

Erev Hadash,  Channel 1

Old Israeli songs evoke memories and delay the deterioration of language skills among Alzheimer’s patients according to findings of the study conducted at the center. The patients, who find it difficult to express themselves verbally, manage to sing old songs that are preserved in memory clearly and without any difficulty (April 2015).

An article in nrg

A study conducted at the center showed that old songs contribute to delaying the deterioration of language skills in Alzheimer’s patients. Which songs are the most effective, and why? (April 2015).

An article in Walla

A new study shows that singing in a music therapy group evokes memories among Alzheimer’s patients and connects them to the group. Singing also contributes to preserving cognitive skills (May 2015).

An article in Motkeh

The Minister of Welfare visits the Ramat Gan Alzheimer Center. The Ministry of Welfare donates to expanding the center (March 2014).

An article in the Mekomonet

The Ministry of Welfare donates to the Alzheimer’s Center (March 2014).

Article in Jokopost

Subsequent to Minister of Welfare Meir Cohen’s visit to the Alzheimer Center, the Ministry of Welfare donates to construction of the center (March 2014).

Article in the Kol Israel journal, Reshet Bet