Sharing your experiences and receiving advice from your support network can encourage you to best address your needs.1

There are several European and national patient associations for people with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Alzheimer’s disease patient associations can provide advice on a wide range of subjects including healthcare, finance, benefits and legal rights.

Alzheimer Europe is a non-profit non-governmental organisation (NGO) aiming to provide a voice for people with dementia and their carers, make dementia a European priority, promote a rights-based approach to dementia, support dementia research and strengthen the European dementia movement.2

Alzheimer Europe has 37 member associations from 33 countries.3


Alzheimer’s Disease in the Policy Agenda

Policy leadership and commitment is needed in Alzheimer's disease to optimise quality of care and support for patients, their caregivers and families.



1.Alzheimer’s Association. Just diagnosed, Accessed November, 2021.

2. Alzheimer Europe. Accessed January 2022.

3. Alzheimer Europe. Members, Accessed January 2022.