Patient Voices on Alzheimer's and Other Dementias
Discover what 1,000 older adults had to say about brain health
The world is on the precipice of a major change in how we approach Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Emerging treatments and expanding lifestyle interventions offer hope for millions around the world. But to optimize outcomes, providers must spot signs of cognitive impairment much earlier than in the past. Patient partnership will be critical to the success of both prevention and early detection efforts.
But how much do older adults know about brain health? How open are they to lifestyle changes and cognitive testing? And how would a diagnosis impact how they live their lives? This report offers insights from a survey of 1,000 representative US adults 65+, revealing their perspectives and preferences – as well as key gaps in the current state of cognitive care.
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Which modifiable risk factors over 50% of older adults don’t know about
Why 92% of older adults would prefer to detect Alzheimer’s before symptoms arise
What 60% of older adults say they would do upon hearing of a new drug being approved