One of the biggest global public health challenges in human history is dementia.  With the number of people with dementia worldwide increasing rapidly, effectively tackling known risk factors for dementia could prevent up to one-fifth of new cases by 2025. 


The Dementia Momentum, an initiative of the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA), UNSW, is a movement to bring researchers and the community together to change the future of dementia incidence.  The goal is to drive momentum in awareness, research and societal change for a brighter future. Read more


Driving The Dementia Momentum is Mr Richard Grellman AM, Chairman of Genworth Mortgage Insurance Ltd, IPH Ltd and AMP Foundation. 


Richard's wife Suellen Grellman was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer's disease in 2011 aged just 61 years old and has been in Residential Care since early in 2014.


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Dementia Contact




Research is an international enterprise and dementia affects

all communities.  The future of dementia research is in being

able to bring the scores of international studies together

for a common purpose.


Professor Perminder Sachdev AM and Professor Henry Brodaty AO

Co-Directors, CHeBA