We work with healthcare professionals to promote brain health, support earlier diagnosis, increase engagement in research and to ensure future dementia treatments reach people as quickly as possible.

Clinical Conference 2022

The 2022 Clinical Conference took place at the Royal College of Physicians in London, and online, on 14 October.

Research Strategy

Treatment, diagnosis, and prevention are the three priority areas we are focusing to make a difference to the lives of people affected by dementia.

Are we ready to deliver disease modifying treatments?

Old Age Psychiatrists’ views on diagnosing and treating Alzheimer’s disease before dementia.

Access to treatments

We’re working to ensure future dementia treatments reach people as quickly as possible.

Helping people take part in research

Learn how you can help promote research participation to improve understanding of dementia and test potential treatments.

Clinical Policy Advisory Panel

We're working closely with our panel of healthcare experts to develop policy solutions that support best clinical practice.

Psychiatry Consortium

The Psychiatry Consortium aims to deliver treatments for the behavioural symptoms affecting people with dementia.

The Lived Experience of Dementia

A training resource from Alzheimer’s Research UK and Bournemouth University designed to put healthcare professionals in the shoes of the people they care for.

Get materials and literature

Order materials that answer questions about the diagnosis and symptoms of dementia, the treatments currently available, and the risk factors for developing the condition.

Resources for kids and teens

Specially designed tools to help children and teenagers understand dementia, how it affects someone and how this could impact their lives.