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.

Nutrition and dementia

A review of available research

About the report The ‘Nutrition and dementia’ report investigates how the right nutrition can help make life better for people affected by dementia. The report reviews dietary factors across the life course that might increase or decrease the risk of onset of dementia in later life. While obesity in mid-life…

Improving Dementia Care Worldwide

Ideas and advice on developing and implementing a National Dementia Plan

This report has reviewed existing National Dementia Plans from around the world. It includes recommendations for governments on how a best practice plan should be developed and implemented.

World Alzheimer Report 2013

Journey of Caring: An analysis of long-term care for dementia

The World Alzheimer Report 2013 maps out the key components of continuing care and support for people with dementia, addressing some of the challenges in quality of care and the quality of life of those most affected.

Global Dementia Charter

I can live well with dementia

'I can live well with dementia' outlines the rights that people living with dementia should be able to expect in order to live well, regardless of where they are in the world.

World Alzheimer Report 2012

Overcoming the stigma of dementia

The World Alzheimer Report 2012 reveals stigma and social exclusion are major barriers for people with dementia and their carers.

Alzheimers Disease International (ADI) - resource

Risk factors for dementia – Policy brief

This 2012 policy brief gives an overview of risk factors for dementia. First, an overview of conclusions from recent literature reviews on risk factors and prevention of dementia will be given followed by highlighting some of the generic difficulties and limitations in the field of dementia risk factor and prevention…