World Alzheimer's Month 2023

We cannot conquer dementia alone. We need you to help us find a cure.

If nothing changes, one in two of us will be directly affected by dementia. Either by caring for someone with the condition, developing it ourselves, or both.

Life-changing progress is being made in the labs every day, and new treatments are on the horizon. But we must speed up our efforts to save people from the heartbreak of dementia sooner.

This World Alzheimer’s Month we need you to join the search for a cure.

Take action this World Alzheimer's Month

Donate for a cure

Speed up progress towards a cure by making a donation today.

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Think Brain Health

Did you know you can take steps to keep your brain healthy and help reduce your risk of dementia in later life? Complete our Think Brain Health Check-in and explore your own brain healthy habits today.

Challenge yourself this World Alzheimer’s Month

Whether hiking, cycling or running is your thing, we’ve got it all and so much more. Challenge yourself for a cure.

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Gift in your Will

Your gift can protect your loved ones from the heartbreak and fear of dementia.

Learn more about the diseases that cause dementia

Watch the real-life stories of people with four very different forms of dementia and researchers working toward a cure.

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Take part in research

If you have dementia or not, please register with Join Dementia Research to take part in studies that are right for you.


Volunteers are a vital force in our efforts to find a cure for dementia.
No matter how much time you are able to give, or where you are based, there is a role for you to play.

We want to hear from you!

Have you or a loved one recently been diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment or Alzheimer’s disease?
Please email to share your experience.