This 75-minute discussion follows up from the launch event of the World Alzheimer Report 2022 and focuses on innovations taking place in post-diagnosis support, care and treatment.
The World Alzheimer Report 2022, for which McGill University was commissioned, is dedicated to the vast topic of post-diagnosis support.
This is the fifth From Plan to Impact report, monitoring the progress of the World Health Organization (WHO)'s Global action plan on the public health response to dementia 2017-2025.
These advice cards are intended to assist and support carers, people living with dementia, local communities and agencies, and humanitarian agencies during times of crisis, including emergencies and disasters.
This webinar focuses on the concept of telemedicine and its use for care and diagnostics purposes, including examples around its use throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges that it still presents.
This guide, developed by the co-lead authors of the World Alzheimer Report 2020, has been created to assist those using the World Alzheimer Report 2020 as a source for including the design of the built environment in national dementia plans.
The fourth Innovation Readiness Index, in collaboration with the Global Coalition on Aging (GCOA), focuses on innovation readiness in dementia, in 10 countries across Europe.
The World Alzheimer Report 2021 includes over 50 essays from leading experts from around the world and is supported by findings from 3 key global surveys, which received responses from 1,111 clinicians, 2,325 people with dementia and carers, and over 100 national Alzheimer and dementia associations.