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.
‘Dementia Innovation Readiness Index 2020: 30 Global Cities’ calls strongly for cities to fulfil their commitments under the WHO’s Global action plan on dementia to engage fully with their national dementia plans.
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.
Dementia design in built environment is 30 years behind physical disabilities movement ADI calls on governments to embed design in their national dementia responses under the Convention on the Rights for Persons with Disabilities Dementia design follows simple principles, is cost effective and dramatically improves enjoyment and safety of built environment…
A national dementia plan for China has been officially launched as a part of China’s Action Plan for Healthy China 2030.
Press release on COVID-19 deaths and dementia
At the beginning of World Alzheimer's Month, ADI highlights evidence that the COVID-19 pandemic is leading to extremely high death rates amongst people with dementia globally.
Two new reports highlight the challenges faced by health systems in the United States and five European countries to ensure preparedness for potentially imminent Alzheimer’s biomarker and treatment breakthroughs.
The Lancet launches new guidance which reveals that an extended set of 12 modifiable risk factors might prevent or delay up to 40 per cent of dementia cases globally.