Studies have shown that women are more likely to be affected by Alzheimer’s disease than men. In UK, 61% of people with dementia are women; in Australia, nearly two-thirds of all dementia-related deaths were women; in the US, two-thirds of those living with the disease are women, too.

In this infographic, we look at how women are affected by dementia in various ways.

Dementia and Women's Brain Health

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Swedish Care International (SCI) is an international active organization that develops, packages and exports Swedish elderly and dementia care. Our vision is to better dementia and elderly care by basing it upon the care philosophy of Stiftelsen Silviahemmet. SCI is active throughout various activities and platforms within dementia and elderly care. These areas, individually and together, create good opportunities for extending the provision of adequate care conditions for elderly patients, people with dementia and caregiving relatives around the world.