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With the coronavirus spread across European countries, various restrictions have been put in place ranging from the closure of important services such as day care or respite care to the prohibition of visits to nursing and old people's homes. This situation and some of these restrictions also adversely affect people with dementia and their carers.

To support carers and associations providing support and help for people with dementia in these difficult times, Alzheimer Europe has collected a number of resources which we hope will prove useful.

The long list of resources that have been gathered bears testament to the important and invaluable work provided by national Alzheimer's associations and government agencies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We have broken down these resources into the following categories and will update these pages on a regular basis:

  1. Information for people with dementia
  2. Advice for caregivers and family members
  3. Information for minority ethnic groups
  4. COVID-19 and intellectual disabilities
  5. Mental health resources
  6. COVID-19 in numbers: epidemiology
  7. Global resources
  8. EU resources
  9. National country resources
  10. General, scientific and ethical resources

Last Updated: Wednesday 03 June 2020


  • Acknowledgements

    These resources on COVID19 were collected as part of Alzheimer Europe's 2020 Work Plan which received funding under an operating grant from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014-2020).
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