The report series
In collaboration with the Global Coalition on Aging (GCOA), each report aims to comprehensively survey, quantify and analyse the readiness of countries, regions or cities, in order to prompt and guide discussions regarding how to best develop and implement innovative solutions for dementia.
“These Innovation Indexes, provide a dynamic complement to ADI’s annual ‘From plan to impact’ reports, looking at progress towards the action areas of the WHO Global action plan on dementia. Innovation and collaboration are essential in terms of national, regional and local responses to this truly global challenge and one of the biggest health and care crisis on the century”. Chris Lynch, Deputy CEO, ADI
Alzheimer’s Innovation Readiness Index 2021
The 2021 Innovation Readiness Index evaluates the progress of 10 European countries, which includes: Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
The countries are evaluated across five categories which are critical to assessing national performance.
Dementia Innovation Readiness Index 2020: 30 Global Cities
The Dementia Innovation Readiness Index 2020 looks at the city-level readiness to dementia in 30 major cities across the globe, spanning from Tokyo to Mexico City.
Despite a globally ageing population, the report emphasises the need for greater leadership to fully leverage opportunities to support the adoption or development of innovations in dementia care. The Index calls on cities to engage fully with their national dementia plans, in their development and deployment.
Dementia Innovation Readiness Index 2018
The 2018 Index refreshes and extends on the G7 Index of 2017 reaching into more of the G20 countries. The index analyses Argentina, Brazil, China, India and Saudi Arabia to determine their ability to develop and deploy dementia solutions into social frameworks, healthcare and policy.
Dementia Innovation Readiness Index 2017
The Dementia Innovation Readiness Index is the first report to evaluate innovations in dementia treatment, care and prevention across all G7 countries, identifying best practices and areas for improvement.