ActivAge Has Just Launched "Alzheimer 360", The First News Website About Alzheimer Disease

Lyon, France (PressExposure) May 16, 2008 -- After the coming out of the family blog "ViaFamilia", the French company ActivAge has just launched [], the first news website entirely dedicated to the Alzheimer disease.

Alzheimer disease is the main form of dementia in developed countries and statistics are always more alarming. According to the World Health Organization, about 25 million people worldwide are concerned by Alzheimer disease and this is expected to increase to 81 million in 2040.

In order to allow any person concerned by the disease (seniors, professionals, associations...) to quickly find information about the disease, the website "Alzheimer 360" gathers all the news about this brain disease, on a single website and in real time.

The website offers an access to the latest news and also functionalities such as: Search by keywords Filling of all news Free subscription to a newsletter to receive the last news about Alzheimer disease everyday or every week

Franck Durandot, ActivAge founder and manager explained: "With ViaFamilia, we wanted seniors and their families to enjoy internet and now, with "Alzheimer 360", we want to go further and thanks to our services to allow anybody to find easily all the news about the Alzheimer disease. On the same pattern, we are currently developping other news websites about new themes dedicated to seniors."

The website "Alzheimer 360" also exists in French, German, Italian and Spanish so that everyone in the world concerned by the disease could benefit from this service.

About ActivAge

ActivAge is an online services publisher, created by Franck Durandot, whose main purpose is to improve baby boomers and seniors' well-being, adapting Internet technology to their needs and abilities.

To achieve this goal, a multidisciplinary team (psychologists, computer scientists, graphic designers, therapists…) developed new online services for the whole family. In 2006 ActivAge received from UNESCO the first intergenerational prize of the International Federation of Associations of the Elderly, for their work for inclusion among seniors.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 13, 2008 at 4:40 am
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