Attitudes To Dementia: World Alzheimer Report 2024 Survey

ADI has launched the 2024 Attitudes Towards Dementia global survey, giving you the opportunity to join thousands of others and help us build the world’s largest international survey on prevailing attitudes and stigma towards dementia.  This study will look at attitudes and beliefs about Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia around the world, building on the first global survey on attitudes towards dementia, conducted by ADI in 2019.

A survey of this scale will help us gain a truly global perspective on attitudes to dementia. What may seem evident to you may not be someone else’s belief about dementia. That is why it is essential that we gather as many voices as possible.

The survey is open to everyone, so please share it with your friends, family, colleagues, communities, and networks, and don’t forget to take part yourself!
The survey is currently available in English, Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Dutch, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish, with dozens of other languages on the way.

To select your preferred language, click the arrow in the top right corner and select your language from the drop-down list.

Click the button below or scan the QR code to take part in the survey.

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Last time 70,000 people took part in the survey globally and gathered revelatory insights. For example, in 2019, 62% of healthcare professionals globally believed that dementia was a normal part of ageing. This astonishing and important fact shaped the way we engaged with governments all over the world on primary healthcare policy.  We are pleased that The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) will help us analyse these important outcomes.
For more information about the survey, how your data will be used, and how you can help us to spread the survey, you can visit our resources webpage.

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