International Club of Berne

Club Meeting on Alzheimer’s Disease

Tuesday, 28th March 2017 at 7pm

Location: Cheminee Room, Bruder Klaus Church Center, Ostring 1 (tram 7 stop, Burgernziel)

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Club Meeting on Alzheimer’s Disease

How to prevent and heal Alzheimer’s Disease:
a synopsis on recent breakthroughs

When            Tuesday, 28 March at 19:00

Where           Cheminée Raum of the Bruder Klaus Church
  (near tram 7 stop Burgernziel)

Contact           Gerd Ulbers
Deadline        Please register online the day before
Since 3 years Stefan has been actively occupied as a volunteer for people with dementia, caring regularly for 2 people, one a close friend.
Stefan will bring his guitar: we could sing also several songs at the end of the talk!  Music and singing is a powerful method to counter Alzheimer’s. He recommends the discussion in the movie “Alive Inside” which can be found on .

Stefan is originally from Bulgaria, and worked as a biochemist for 25 years in bee research – see his website He is generally interested in health and nutrition.


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Irene wrote
at 8:23pm on Monday, 27th March 2017
No time, sorry. Special choir rehearsal for concert Friday.
Mahroo wrote
at 1:10am on Monday, 27th March 2017
Finally,hope to join on teusday.... I do my bests. Very interesting topic
Graham wrote
at 12:59pm on Saturday, 25th March 2017
We hope for 10 to 15 attendees, I ahve also advetised it on Meetup:
Graham wrote
at 3:40pm on Tuesday, 28th February 2017
The annual "Week of the Brain" is from 13-16 March, see
Members may be interested in the film “Still Alice” which shows at the Rex on Wednesday, 15 March from 20:30. A professor and her family are tested when she is diagnosed with Alzheimer's at the age of 50
Graham wrote
at 3:40pm on Tuesday, 28th February 2017
There is an open talk and discussion on Alzheimer’s on Thursday, 2 March at the GenerationenHaus (next to the railway and tram stations). See
Graham wrote
at 3:39pm on Tuesday, 28th February 2017
New research shows that bilingual people are great at saving brain power.

Bilinguals have two cognitive benefits. First, having more centralized and specialized functional connections saves resources compared to the multiple and more diverse brain areas allocated by monolinguals to accomplish the same task. Second, bilinguals achieve the same result by not using the brain’s frontal regions, which are vulnerable to aging. This may explain why the brains of bilinguals are better equipped at staving off the signs of cognitive aging or dementia.

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By Graham 1 day ago

Great Party. Why were you not there? The Committee would like to know what can be improved with our planning and information.

Wednesday 11 December 7:00 pm - Café Français

Thursday 12 December 6:00 pm - German Café
Thursday 12 December 7:30 pm Service of Carols and Lessons at the Church of the Holy Spirit in Bahnhofplatz. Over 500 of the English-speaking community will be there!

Friday 13 December 6:30pm - T.G.I.F! (Thank Goodness It’s Friday) at Restaurant Pittaria

Friday 13 December from 8:30 pm - Christmas Party at the English-speaking Club


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