World Alzheimer Report 2019 Survey: Your attitudes around Dementia

Survey now closed!

Between April and June 2019, ADI commissioned the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to create the world’s largest survey on people’s attitudes around dementia, to form the basis for the World Alzheimer Report 2019.

Translations into 32 languages by volunteers from all over the world enabled a truly global reach, which will have a direct impact on the effectiveness of follow-up policy and advocacy opportunities internationally, regionally and nationally. Importantly it will re-stimulate and help shape our conversations around dementia, awareness and stigma.

ADI would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who completed the survey and helped to spread the word; to the London School of Economics (LSE), who ADI commissioned to create the survey; and to all the volunteers who supported with translations.

The survey is now in the analysis stage and the key findings will form the core of the next World Alzheimer Report, which will be launched around World Alzheimer’s Day in September 2019. In addition to the survey findings the report will also feature expert essays and case studies from all over the world.

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