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This page gives information on the use of the Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) website and its content.
- Viewing this site
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- Site map
- Copyright and trademarks
- Linking policy
- Feedback about this site
This site aims to be accessible to all. We do make an effort to ensure that our site is readable with older browsers, but the site may not look as it is intended. If you are using Netscape or Internet Explorer 7 or earlier, then we suggest you upgrade to a better browser, for example Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer 8 or above.
ReadSpeaker allows the text on most pages of this website to be read out loud to you. You can simply click the 'Listen' button to listen to the webpage's content. More information on using the facility is here.
A list of the main pages in our site is available in our site map.
Alzheimer's Disease International retains copyright on all text and images on this site, unless otherwise stated. If you wish to use any of our content, please contact us.
Use of our logos or trademarks without prior permission is prohibited.
ADI tries to ensure that the information provided on this web site is accurate, timely, and useful. However, the information contained on the site should not be considered medical guidance or professional advice. Readers are encouraged to direct any specific questions concerning their personal health to appropriate health care professionals.
This site contains links to web sites operated by parties other than ADI. Such links are provided for your convenience only. ADI does not control such web sites, and is not responsible for their contents. Inclusion of links to other web sites does not imply any endorsement of the material on those web sites or any association with their operators.
Other web sites are free to link to this site and formal requests are not required. However, ADI reserves the right to determine which sites we will link to. Requests for reciprocal links are frequently not granted, due to the volume of requests submitted and ADI policies (generally links will only be made to affiliated organisations). As mentioned above, use of the ADI logo requires permission, which will not generally be given to unaffiliated organisations.
If you need a short description for a link on your site, we suggest:
Alzheimer's Disease International is the umbrella organisation of Alzheimer associations around the world, which offer support and information to people with dementia and their carers.
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