Global Perspective, Local Solutions
21-24 April 2016, Budapest
Alzheimer's Disease International
Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) is the international federation of Alzheimer associations around the world, including Dementia Australia.
ADI has an official relationship with the World Health Organisation. Each association member of ADI is the Alzheimer association supporting people with dementia and their families in their country.
ADI's vision is improvement in quality of life for people with dementia and their families, globally.
The ADI conference is the longest-running international conference on dementia and is a unique multi-disciplinary event which unites people with an interest in dementia.
The conference is an opportunity to bring together everyone with an interest in dementia - staff and volunteers of Alzheimer associations, people living with dementia, family members, clinicians, care professionals and scientists - to share and learn from one another.
This year, the ADI conference will be held in Budapest, Hungary and looks at Dementia: Global Perspective - Local Solutions. It will encompass a broad range of topics, including research, care and policy issues.
The ADI conference is for medical professionals, researchers, professional and family carers, people with dementia, volunteers and staff of dementia organisations and gives delegates the opportunity to share their insights with a global and diverse audience.
Abstract submissions and registrations are now open. Visit adi2016.org for more information.