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What is dementia?
Dementia is an umbrella term for a range of progressive disorders affecting the brain, including Alzheimer’s disease. Read our information leafletFind out more
Types and symptoms
Find out more about the different types of dementia and the symptomsFind out more
How to get a diagnosis of dementia
How to get a diagnosis of dementia is one of the most common questions our Admiral Nurses are asked, so we have broken this question down into the key points we think you need to knowFind out more
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, you’ll be helping us support and develop more Admiral Nurses to help families living with dementia face the future with confidenceFind out more
Gifts in Wills
By leaving a gift in your Will, you can help us grow the number of dementia specialist Admiral Nurses so we can reach more families affected by dementiaFind out more
Only together can we improve specialist support for families; find out how you can make a differenceFind out more
Latest news and blogs
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