ADI wants to hear what YOU think about Dementia! by 14 June 2019

ADI wants to hear what YOU think about Dementia!

Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) has commissioned the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to help conduct the world’s largest survey on people’s attitudes to Dementia. The results will form the basis of their World Alzheimer Report 2019.
ADI need more men to take part, by 10 May 2019 only 18% of completed surveys were by men.
The survey is now available in 25 languages with more to be added.

The survey will be available from:

15 April to 14 June 2019

The survey will only take around 10 minutes to complete and will be available in multiple languages. Please note that we will be adding more languages over the next two weeks. It will be predominantly multiple choice, accessible – available both online and offline – and is fully anonymous.

Please encourage the men out there to take part as the last I heard only 20% of respondents were men.

ADI wants to hear from:
  • The general public
  • Health and care professionals
  • People living with Dementia
  • Carers of people living with Dementia

Please visit www.alz.co.uk/research/world-report-2019 if you are interested in taking part and share the link far and wide!

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

This is the most important dementia-related survey that you will do this year.


If you know any groups or organisations who will promote the survey please email j.mcgowan@alz.co.uk for a toolkit, including social media assets and draft messages.


Thank you for your support, 

The ADI team


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