Information and guidance

The ADI Global Review Panel (GRP) plays a key role in the accreditation process.

Global Review Panel (GRP)

The ADI Global Review Panel is composed of representatives from Alzheimer’s Disease organisations, and dementia care organisations across the globe, and are key personnel in the area of dementia care and also education programmes for dementia care. Members of the GRP will be appointed by the ADI CEO and ADI Board.

Normally members would receive an evaluation report from the provide/training body seeking accreditation, approximately one month in advance of a review visit. This allows panel members to read the report and prepare adequately and be familiar with the contents of the report, which in turn will form the basis for assessment of standards and analysis against the ADI standards during the accreditation visit.

The self-assessment report by the applying organisation or training body should be sufficiently extensive so as to provide an evaluation of the organisation or training body that helps the GRP make a well informed decision on award accreditation. It also serves the provider in receiving useful feedback and guidance.

Read the ADI Accreditation Guidance and Process document

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