Alzheimer's Disease International Conferences

Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) holds international conferences each year, working with their member associations around the world. Alzheimers NZ is a member of ADI. 

The ADI Conferences are a unique opportunity to bring together people from all around the world with an interest in dementia, to share and learn from one another.

The 34th ADI Conference will take place in Singapore, 19-21st March 2020. Find out more on the website

You can also read our reports from previous conferences below.


2019 - Asia Pacific Regional Conference, Kuala Lumpur

The 21st Asia Pacific Regional Conference was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 16-18th August 2019. The theme was 'Dementia - A life cycle approach' and the Conference attracted around 700 attendees. Find out more in our report here (PDF). 

2018 - Chicago

The 32rd International Conference was held in Chicago, USA from 26-29th July 2018. There was a focus on how best to live well with dementia and the Conference attracted around 750 attendees from around the world. Find out more in our report here (PDF). 

2017 - Kyoto

The 32rd International Conference was held in Kyoto, Japan from 25-29th April 2017. The theme was 'Together towards a new era' and the Conference attracted around 2,000 attendees from around the world. Find out more in our report here (PDF). 

2016 - Asia Pacific Regional Conference, Wellington

The 19th Asia Pacific Regional Conference was held in Wellington from the 3rd-5th November 2016. The theme was 'Dementia today - Diverse communities, collective action' and the Conference attracted around 400 attendees from around the world. Find out more here