In present days dementia is one of the fast emerging major public health problem in many developing as well as developed countries. As the generation grows older, more number of people enters old age and as a consequence, the number of dementia patient increases, as this is mostly found in the older populations. Though biology of human being is almost same in each and every part of the globe, but the quality of life varies significantly in different socio cultural backgrounds regarding healthy aging. As often, people ignore early symptoms and signs of dementia, so all dementia cases are not reported and this is more so in developing countries. As curative treatment for majority of dementia is still elusive, care giving is an important component of the management of dementia, whether it is delivered by family members or by other trained healthcare personnel. This article aims to compare the present scenario of dementia care in a developed and a developing country.