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Dementia is an umbrella term for a range of progressive disorders affecting the brain, including Alzheimer’s disease. Read our information leaflet
Understanding the various types of dementia means people can get the right support to help them live better with the condition
Dementia is a progressive condition that gets gradually worse over time. It can be helpful to think of dementia progressing in three stages – early, middle and late stages
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Only together can we improve specialist support for families; find out how you can make a difference
By leaving a gift in your Will, you can help us grow the number of specialist dementia nurses so we can support more families affected by dementia
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Join team Dementia UK and take on the the London Landmarks Half Marathon - London's central half marathon through Westminster and the City.
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If you have a dementia diagnosis, or are caring for someone who does, you could be entitled to financial and legal support.
Find out more about dementia, how to get a diagnosis, what support there is available for you, and tips for communicating with someone with dementia.
Peter was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer’s disease in early 2015 aged 50.
Will's mum had young onset behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia. He shares the devastating impact it had on him and his family.