People affected by young onset dementia invited to take survey on the support available to them

The Angela Project is a research project investigating the services and support systems currently open to younger people living with dementia, and their families and carers. If you received a diagnosis of dementia before age 65 or if you are supporting someone who did, then please fill in this short survey.

By taking this survey you will help the Angela Project to improve the services and support systems available for younger people living with dementia, as well as their families and carers. The project is dedicated to Angela, a lady with young onset dementia who went undiagnosed for 3 years before her symptoms were recognised. It involves University College London, as well as the universities of Bradford, Northampton and Surrey.

Currently, many younger people living with dementia in the UK receive limited services and support. The Angela Project wants to understand how to improve support for younger people with dementia, as well as for their families and carers. Drawing from this research, they will produce information and guidance on best practice in diagnosis and post diagnostic support, which can inform others who seek to develop effective services.

You can complete the survey online at the following url – https://bradford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/the-improving-support-and-service-use-survey

or, alternatively, you can complete it on paper by getting in touch using the following contact details:

Vasileios Stamou
Email. V.Stamou@bradford.ac.uk
Tel. 0127 423 3994
Mob. 07876 790 462
School of Dementia Studies                      
Horton A Building           
University of Bradford
Richmond Road                                                                               
Bradford BD7 1DP