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.

Alzheimers Disease International (ADI) - resource

Access to CRPD and SDGs by persons with dementia

In 2016, members of ADI agreed to adopt a rights-based approach to dementia advocacy in support of the ongoing efforts of DAI to guarantee the rights of people living with dementia globally. We published this booklet setting out our position and highlighting key points. The booklet sets out our position…

Βοήθεια για τους περιθάλποντες ατόμων με άνοια (Help for care partners)

Αυτό το έγγραφο πληροφορεί τις οικογένειες και το ευρύ κοινό σχετικά με την άνοια με έναν απλό τρόπο. Παρουσιάζονται, επίσης, χρήσιμες και συγκεκριμένες πληροφορίες για το πώς να αντιμετωπιστεί η ασθένεια και για το πώς να δημιουργηθούν δραστηριότητες αυτοβοήθειας και αμοιβαίας στήριξης για τις οικογένειες που πλήττονται από την άνοια.

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.

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…

How to develop an Alzheimer’s association and get results

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…