Alzheimer's Disease (AD) represents a significant unmet medical need and a growing global health challenge.
Our hope with ID/AD - Identify (ID) Alzheimer's Disease (AD) - is to raise public awareness about the early signs and symptoms of AD, the importance of early detection and diagnosis, prevention strategies and existing support to help people living with AD, their families and caregivers.
Identifying the early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease is key to better patient care.
A healthy diet, regular exercise, social interactions and mental stimulation may help preserve brain health and cognitive functions.
Policy leadership and commitment is needed in Alzheimer's disease to optimise quality of care and support for patients, their caregivers and families.
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