Reports & resources

Reports, publications and resources that Alzheimer's Disease International has produced, including our World Alzheimer Report. You can also find our webinars, factsheets, booklets and previous Global Perspective newsletters here.

World Alzheimer Report 2022

Life after diagnosis: Navigating treatment, care and support

The World Alzheimer Report 2022, for which McGill University was commissioned, is dedicated to the vast topic of post-diagnosis support.

From Plan to Impact V

WHO Global action plan: The time to act is now

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.

World Alzheimer Report 2021

Journey through the diagnosis of dementia

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.

From Plan to Impact IV

Progress towards targets of the WHO Global action plan on dementia

This is the fourth From Plan to Impact report. It provides a crucial update on the World Health Organization (WHO)'s Global action plan on the public health response to dementia 2017-2025.

World Alzheimer Report 2020 cover

World Alzheimer Report 2020

Design, dignity, dementia: Dementia-related design and the built environment

The World Alzheimer Report 2020 gives a global perspective of dementia-related design that takes a cross cultural approach and spans across two volumes, including 84 case studies and interviews with leaders in the field of dementia design.

From Plan to Impact III

From Plan to Impact III

Maintaining dementia as a priority in unprecedented times

This is the third From Plan to Impact report. It provides a critical update on the progress towards the World Health Organization (WHO)'s Global action plan on the public health response to dementia 2017-2025.