The Global Impact of Dementia 2013-2050 is a policy brief for heads of government, updating ADI’s prevalence figures published in the World Alzheimer Report 2009.
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.
This report examines the prevalence and predicted costs of dementia in the Americas, both for the region as a whole and for each individual country.
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.
'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.
The World Alzheimer Report 2012 reveals stigma and social exclusion are major barriers for people with dementia and their carers.
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…
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.