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In this section you will find information about young onset dementia, the most common types and symptoms and facts and figures about the condition.
We have also included links to information about getting a diagnosis and what to do after receiving a diagnosis.
An explanation of the differences between young onset versus late onset dementia
For information about young onset dementia prevalence, diagnosis, common types and impact
Find out more about the main types of dementia including rare dementias more commonly experienced by younger people
Information about getting a young onset dementia diagnosis and the benefits of seeking one at an early stage
A ‘next steps’ guide of what to do after a diagnosis of young onset dementia
A community of people living with young onset dementia, their family and friends, as well as professionals who work in the field of health and social care and voluntary sector