World Alzheimer Report 2019 Survey: Your attitudes around Dementia

Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) has commissioned the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to create the world’s largest survey on people’s attitudes around dementia, which will form the basis for the World Alzheimer Report 2019, to be released in September.

ADI’s survey is fully anonymous, accessible and available both online and offline in multiple languages.

The survey will only take around 10 minutes of your time but completing it will benefit people with dementia all over the world.

The questions are predominantly multiple choice and targeted to four key sociodemographic groups:

  • the general public
  • health and care professionals
  • people living with dementia
  • carers of people with dementia.

We want this to be the world’s biggest survey on attitudes around dementia, so please do participate and help us by spreading the word via email and social media to anyone who may have an interest.

 

You can select your language on the first page of the survey or click the link below to your preferred language option. 

We have been made aware that access to the survey has been blocked in certain countries. We still want to hear from you. Please get in touch with your regional Alzheimer association to find out how to take the survey.

Please sign up to ADI’s mailing list to receive further information, as well as other news about ADI events and activities.

This is the most important survey you can complete this year. Please help spread the word!