World Alzheimer’s Day 2021

Alzheimer’s Disease International

21 September also marks World Alzheimer’s Day. For ADI, World Alzheimer’s Day typically coincides with the launch of our World Alzheimer Report. In 2021, our report will focus on diagnosis.

This year’s campaign will shine a light on the warning signs of dementia, encouraging people to seek out information, advice and support, as well as contacting the Alzheimer’s or dementia association in their country.  

It is only through a truly global effort that we can raise much-needed awareness and challenge the stigma and misinformation that still surrounds dementia, and we are calling on everyone to do something during September, however small or large, through our campaign ‘Know Dementia, Know Alzheimer’s’.


If you’re worried about your memory, or that of someone you know, visit the Alzheimer's Website you’ll find lots of information and support on getting a diagnosis, or what to do after a diagnosis – including accessing dementia support. Alternatively, you can call the Dementia Connect Support Line on 0333 150 3456.


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