World Health Organization: Seventieth World Assembly adopted the Global Action Plan on the Public Health Response to Dementia 2017-2025 on May 29 2017 The Global Action Plan on the Public… Read More »
The year 2017 began with us cranking up our public awareness activities across communities. In January we were pleased to welcome from the United States of America to our shores… Read More »
In 2011 the World Health Organization recognised Dementia as a non-communicable disease. Our member Zadha Tulloch represented the Association at the WHO session at the United Nations when this was… Read More »
Dementia Alliance International launched its first official publication, ‘Rhetoric to Reality; the human rights of people with dementia’ in May.
This month we extend our thanks to Jane Cziborra, our Conference and Events Manager, who has started her maternity leave. As soon as Jane has news we will be pleased to forward this to the ADI family.
The Slovenian government signed a National Strategy on Dementia for 2016-2020 last month in Llubljana. Minster for Health, Kolar Celarc officially signed the strategy for 2016-2020 on May 24.
We are excited to share news that the Executive Board of the World Health Organization (WHO) has approved a proposal to develop a Global Action Plan on Dementia.