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.

‘I can live well with dementia’ is a Global Dementia Charter developed by ADI and international healthcare company Bupa. 

The Charter outlines the rights that people living with dementia around the world should be able to expect to allow them to live well., as well as calls for governments worldwide to develop national dementia plans to protect the rights of people with dementia and their carers.

The Charter contains ten points written from the perspective of someone living with dementia as they experience their journey through dementia, from pre-diagnosis to the final stages, including support for family members after their loved one passes away.

The Charter can function as a benchmark by which dementia care and support can be measured and judged.

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