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Living Better with Abudo's online course on Alzheimer's

Abudo to launch its online course on Alzheimer's to help patients, friends and family cope with everyday challenges of the disease

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 14, 2018 / -- Abudo is a health success platform, all set to unveil its online module on Alzheimer’s disease, providing easy and structured education to patients, friends and family members. This course has been launched with the end goal to create awareness and improve quality of life. The initiative aims to help patients cope with this progressive disease, by providing guidelines to cope with dementia symptoms which gradually worsen over a number of years.

“Abudo is an engaging, easy to digest video course provider, offering patients and their families a guideline to take control of their well-being by learning about illnesses, caregiving as well as health and security standards at workplace” Abudo’s CEO Tariq Khursheed says. He says “Abudo’s course on Alzheimer’s is an initiative for understanding Alzheimer's related memory loss, loss of ability to carry on a conversation and respond to environment while also highlighting treatment and caregivers role in managing the disease”.

With over 70k online health success education disseminators, Abudo’s vision reflects gaining a competitive edge by providing 100% unbiased and impartial education about Alzheimer’s. Abudo talks about this under estimated disease and focuses on necessary education to improve living standards. With the first phase absolutely free, Abudo offers subsidized subscriptions for interested individuals. This course a progressive old age disease is online and available 24/7. Patients and relatives can simply sign up for this course and access it from their desktop or mobile any anywhere, at any time with absolutely no age, gender or accessibility restriction. In this course, Abudo offers additional advantages of having no ads of other products or service sponsors to see on the website, making Alzheimer’s related education entirely free of biases.

This initiative is expected to be value adding in the context of improving lives. Abudo aims to do it through provision of guidelines and checklists to improve quality of life and end of course certification for just $15.

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