The report launch of From Plan to Impact IV: Progress towards targets of the WHO Global action plan on dementia will take place virtually on 26 May.
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The ADI Council met on 30 March 2021 to discuss ADI's activities over 2020, new membership applications and more.
Ahead of the G20 Health Ministers Meeting in Okayama, ADI’s Chief Executive Paola Barbarino and Noriyo Washizu of Alzheimer's Association Japan (AAJ) continue to work on progress made earlier in the year at the Osaka Summit.
Ahead of the G20 Health Ministers Meeting in Okayama, ADI Chief Executive Paola was interviewed by one of Japan's largest newspaper.
The Spanish Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare has announced that they have adopted a national dementia plan.
Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) launch an Americas-wide campaign around raising awareness of Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia.
Results from the world’s largest survey reveals that stigma around dementia is preventing people from seeking the information, advice, support and medical help.
Dementia was specifically recognised as a global health priority by G20 leaders in the declaration of the Osaka Summit, providing much needed global attention from G20 countries.
The Canadian government has announced their adoption of a national plan on dementia.
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.