The Alzheimer Society of Canada is a co-founding member of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) and part of a growing list of countries urging governments to make dementia a health priority. The Society plays an active role in this worldwide movement.
Dementia Friendly Communities: Key principles and Global developments
World Alzheimer Report 2015: The Global Impact of Dementia
Women and Dementia: A global research review
ADI looks at the main issues affecting women in relation to dementia from an international perspective.
2014 World Alzheimer Report
ADI examines modifiable risk factors with recommendations for public health campaigns and disease prevention strategies.
2013 World Alzheimer Report
ADI focuses on long-term care and makes important recommendations which should be the fundamental drivers of long-term care policy in dementia.
Dementia: A Public Health Priority (2012)
Landmark data from the World Health Organization (WHO) ADI show one new case of dementia every four seconds.
2012 World Alzheimer Report
ADI survey reveals widespread stigma impacting people with dementia and carers and recommends ways to reduce stigma.
2011 World Alzheimer Report
ADI says interventions in the early stages of dementia are effective and makes the economic case for earlier diagnosis.
2010 World Alzheimer Report
ADI offers model for dementia services planning and graduated approach for countries with limited resources.
Last Updated: 11/02/15