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Bringing Support Services And Resources
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UNITE | EDUCATE | RESPITE

Developing long-term relationships and partnerships with like-minded people, organisations and businesses, to achieve the following key objectives for senior citizens and people living with dementia and alzheimers across all cultures…

1. Bringing support and care closer to those in need by supporting individuals, organisations and business providing essential services.
2. To help create a paradigm shift in thinking and actions around support and care for affected people.
3. Developing community and family education, welfare and respite initiatives.

From WHICHEVER SOURCE BEST SUITES your own unique situation, equipping your toolbox with valuable knowledge, effective tools and positive techniques; is vital to being able to cope with objective, practical and dignified well-being for all.

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Dementia doesn’t choose by culture or any other social norm

DROP | Dementia & Alzheimers Reach Out Programs

Directory Price Plans

Great value introductory price plan offers to best suite your budget. Simple once-off listing fee payments, no hidden costs or gimmicks.


12 Months

R199

LESS THAN R20 per month.

2 categories
2 tags
1 location
2 Photos
Contact Form
Lifetime Listing

R999 R449

Limited Time ONLY Launch Promo DOWN from R999,   PHENOMENAL VALUE!!!

10 categories
10 tags
Unlimited locations
10 Photos
Contact Form
60 Months

R499

LESS THAN R100 per year.

5 categories
5 tags
2 locations
5 Photos
Contact Form

Easy Listing Process

Choose Your Plan => Register Your New Account => Complete Your Listing Form => Add To Cart and Make Payment => Receive Your Listing Approval within 24-48 Hours.

Or download the listing form here (385Kb) and email it back us to at info@drop.org.za once completed.

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81-year-old Enrolls in University following Alzheimer’s Diagnosis.
After being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, 81-year-old Ron Robert decided to enroll in university as a personal experiment to see if
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