Dementia UK Helpline appeal

Helpline appeal

During the Coronavirus crisis, our Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline has become more of a lifeline than ever before

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Coronavirus: information for families looking after someone living with dementia

Here are things you can do to look after yourself, and someone with dementia

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Get support and advice

Looking for information or advice about dementia or Alzheimer’s? Call our Dementia Helpline for free on 0800 888 6678 for support from our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses

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Lives on Hold

Our new awareness campaign shows how life for carers of people living with dementia is similar to living in lockdown for many months, and often years

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What is dementia?

Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a range of progressive neurological disorders, that is, conditions affecting the brain. Read our information leaflet

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Types and symptoms

Find out more about the different types of dementia and the symptoms

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Getting a diagnosis

If you are concerned about your own memory, or you are worried about changes you have noticed with memory, communication, personality or behaviour of someone close to you, it is important to consult a GP as soon as possible, so that an accurate diagnosis is made

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How you can support us

Events and fundraising

Whether you want to run, trek, cycle, bake or do your own thing to raise funds for us, your support will help us provide more Admiral Nurses, so families facing dementia get the help they need

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Gifts in Wills

By leaving a gift in your Will, you can help ensure that a specialist Admiral Nurse will be there to support families living with dementia

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Become a Volunteer Ambassador

We’re looking for passionate people who are committed to supporting Dementia UK by becoming a Volunteer Ambassador or simply by volunteering at an event alongside the Dementia UK team

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Latest news and blogs

July 10, 2020

We’ve joined other dementia charities to demand that families be allowed to visit relatives with dementia in care homes

We've joined forces with the leading dementia organisations to form ‘One Dementia Voice’, to demand that people with...

July 7, 2020

The arts, creativity and dementia

Dr. Karen Harrison Dening discusses the benefits of the arts and other creative pursuits for families with dementia and ...

July 3, 2020

People affected by dementia cannot be forgotten as lockdown eases

As lockdown eases in the UK, the increasing numbers of people with dementia and their carers, both family and ...