ADI 2020 will be ADI's first ever virtual conference, taking place 10-12 December.
Featured news and events
Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) launches the world’s most comprehensive report on dementia-related design and the built environment.
Emma Cariaga and Ginny Warr of British Land explore what inclusive design means for older people and for business growth. They look at Canada Water, where British Land is creating London’s first new town centre in over 100 years, and at activities across the company’s wider portfolio.
Fiona Walsh writes about designing around the different challenges a person with dementia may experience – and how these design decisions can have a significant impact on a person’s dignity and independence
On World Alzheimer’s Day, Hilary Doxford, a dementia advocate and member of the 3 Nations Dementia Working Group and World Dementia Council, shares her views and experiences – as well as those of her friends and fellow advocates – of living with dementia in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The following piece is from our third 'From Plan to Impact' report and written by ADI's Communications and Policy Manager, Annie Bliss, the main author of the report. In this piece, she writes about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on diagnostic, treatment, care and support services for people living with dementia.
Catherine Hall, Chief Executive of Alzheimers New Zealand, writes about how Alzheimers New Zealand has responded and adapted to COVID-19, both in the first weeks of lockdown and today.
Mario Possenti, CEO of ADI’s member Federazione Alzheimer Italia shares his gratitude to the Italian health workforce for their support of people living with dementia in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
Jesús Rodrigo, CEO of ADI’s member Confederación Española de Familiares de Enfermos de Alzheimer (CEAFA) shares his experiences of supporting people with dementia and their carers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Datin Jacqueline WM Wong of Demensia Brunei writes about how Malaysia is responding to the needs of Malaysia's most vulnerable and the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic.