• Awards in the category named Anonymous

    Awards in the category named Anonymous

    This is a category which recognises the dedication and commitment of unsung members of the general public by choosing one of them for public recognition
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  • Individual Recognition from the general public

    Individual Recognition from the general public
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2018 - Simon y Teddy Mc Dermott

Mano Amiga Award in the category of individual recognition from the general public - 2016

For his effort against Alzheimer's disease, with his initiative "The Song a Minute Man", started with a video of both singing in the car. That video went viral and they decided to start a fundraiser in favor to the Alzheimer Society in favor of research and help to relatives of people with dementia. Since then, they have not stopped working on behalf of people affected by Alzheimer's disease, prevention programs, support for relatives, through a disc, a book, etc.

2016 - 9. H.M Queen Sofia

Mano Amiga Award in the category of individual recognition from the general public - 2016

Mano Amiga Award in the category of individual recognition from the general public which recognizes the work done anonymously by people and groups in favor of those affected: to H.M. Queen Sofia, for their efforts and personal dedication, for decades, to the fight against Alzheimer's. This support set up in the creation of the Queen Sofia Foundation, which has been the initial effort of the Alzheimer Center, a social and health project in which Alzheimer's disease is approached from three different angles: research, education and welfare service. The award aims to reward the continuous work of H.M. Queen Sofia with the associations, their presence in all situations where it is required, as well as support and closeness beyond its institutional agenda.

2014 - Manuel Díez Díez

Category: "INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION". 4rd Edition of the “Mano Amiga” Awards

Manuel Díez Díez, Basilia’s husband and carer

In recognition of his selfless commitment and exemplary dedication to his wife’s care and welfare for more than 25 years , a period in which he also undertook thorough field work , compiling extraordinary audiovisual data on the evolution of the disease , data which is a valuable and relevant contribution to the promotion of awareness of the disease.

2013 - Magdalena Hernández Mediero

Category: "INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION". Recognition from the General Public 3rd Edition of the “Mano Amiga” Awards

In recognition of her efforts and dedication in the creation of the family members’ association group in Spain and as president in the 90s of one of the first family members’ associations, set up in the city of Salamanca. This association promoted and gave ímpetus to a large number of projects and services for the care of Alzheimer’s sufferers and their families which todaymake up the main network of resources all over Spain for specialised support in the face of this disease.

Co-founder of the Alzheimer’s family members’ association group in Spain.



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