World Alzheimer Report 2022

The World Alzheimer Report 2022 will be released on World Alzheimer's Day, 21 September.

The World Alzheimer Report 2022 will continue on from the World Alzheimer Report 2021, ‘Journey through the diagnosis of dementia’, with a centred focus on post-diagnosis.

ADI has again commissioned McGill University to lead the annual report, which will provide a global perspective on post-diagnosis care models through expert essays, case studies, perspectives from people living with dementia and carers, as well as examples of best practice in post-diagnostic care.

The report will be compromised of scientific and non-scientific material, with subjects covering the impact of diagnosis on people living with dementia, as well as young carers; caregiving customs and challenges amongst different cultures; strategies towards dementia risk reduction and more.  
 
Wendy Weidner, Head of Research and Publications, said:

We’re excited to bring you this important follow-on to last year’s World Alzheimer Report on diagnosis. Getting post diagnosis right is essential and this report will shine a light on the experiences of people living with dementia and their families from across the globe, revealing gaps in care but also highlighting areas of best practice and innovation.

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