This report provides the most authoritative overview of the impact of dementia worldwide, with the inclusion of the best practices and practical case studies from around the world.
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…
The World Alzheimer Report 2011 focuses on effective early intervention in the early stages of dementia and makes a strong economic argument in favour of earlier diagnosis and timely intervention.
The World Alzheimer Report 2010 examines the global economic impact of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, as well as building on the findings of the World Alzheimer Report 2009.
The first World Alzheimer Report is a global prevalence study of dementia which examines the levels of mortality, disability and strain on carers, as well an extensive overview of dementia.
This manualised intervention aims to provide carers with basic education around dementia and specific training on managing behaviours that are problematic.
Creating an Alzheimer’s association is the most efficient way to achieve help for the largest possible number of people. An association helps to co-ordinate, guide and advise local activities. Once an organisation is up and running, it raises public awareness which leads to increased resources for both care and…
Commissioned by ADI, this research provides research evidence on the prevalence of dementia worldwide.