The global voice on dementia

Tackling dementia requires a truly global and local effort. We support and work with Alzheimer and dementia associations in 120 countries, as well as people living with dementia, carers and all relevant organisations to help raise awareness, challenge stigma and to call for dementia to be the global health priority it needs to be.

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The 36th Global Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International

The 36th Global Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International will take place 24-26 April 2024, both in Krakow, Poland and online.

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Latest resources

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World Alzheimer Report 2022

This report follows up from the World Alzheimer Report 2021 and examines the many areas of consideration around post-diagnosis support for people living with dementia and carers.

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From Plan to Impact V

The fifth From Plan to Impact report provides a critical update on progress, barriers and potential solutions around the WHO Global action plan on dementia,

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Advice for times of crisis and emergencies

This advice is for carers, humanitarian agencies, communities, people living with dementia and more during times of crisis.

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World Alzheimer Report 2021

This report shines a light on the crucial topic of diagnosis. It includes over 50 essays from leading global experts and is supported by findings from 3 key global surveys.

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The #WhatsYourPlan campaign: 1 year on

The campaign brings together ADI member associations, partners and stakeholders to advocate for National Dementia Plans (NDP) in countries where there is no existing plan or where a plan is not being implemented.

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Support Alzheimer's Disease International

We will not rest until dementia is properly acknowledged as the epidemic it is and addressed promptly and appropriately. By making a donation today you can make a real difference to people around the world coping with Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

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Our partners

We can only rise to the challenges of dementia through by working in partnership, including with DAI, an independent self-advocacy organisation of people with dementia.

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