Dementia costs the global economy £350 billion per year, and worldwide over 44 million people are living with the condition. It is predicted that by 2050 the number of people with Dementia in the UK alone will exceed 2 million, and with this growing number sees a changing societal landscape as family members struggle to care for aging relatives
In this RSA Spotlight, Professor June Andrews discusses the profound change Dementia is having on both our society and in communities, and how we can most effectively address the challenge that Dementia presents. Now and in the future.
Watch Professor Andrews’s Talk at the RSA below