Paul Bebbington and Elizabeth Kuipers, two academics whose lives are now impacted by Paul’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, offer brave accounts of the day-to-day experiences of living with dementia and being a care provider in an initiative to reduce stigma.
The annual event brings together basic scientists, clinical researchers, early career investigators, clinicians and the care research community to discuss the latest developments and innovation in Alzheimer’s and dementia research.
The Canadian government has announced their adoption of a national plan on dementia.
Teacher Yasmin Jeevanjee tells her story as a care partner in Kenya.
A paper published in the journal Brain has identified a brain disorder, known as LATE, which appears to mimic the clinical features of Alzheimer’s disease.
A message from ADI as 2018 comes to a close and what we look forward to in 2019.
Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden has become an Honorary Ambassador of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI), in recognition of her personal commitment to work surrounding elderly and end of life care, and specifically dementia. Queen Silvia has a long-standing association with and in support of dementia. In 1996, she initiated…
Featured in the World Alzheimer Report 2018: The state of the art of dementia research: New frontiers, is Dr Jennifer Butte, a formal General Practitioner (GP) diagnosed with dementia. This is her story in her own words.
On World Alzheimer's Day, a doctor who diagnosed her own dementia after being misdiagnosed by her neurologist, is calling for an urgent response to dementia research and diagnosis.
In partnership with ITN Productions, ADI has released the documentary film ‘Every 3 seconds’ to help raise awareness on the global impact of dementia.