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We need your support now more than ever

Please help us be there for families facing dementia, today and into the future

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The dementia specialist Admiral Nurses on our Helpline are providing critical emotional and practical support to carers affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), seven days a week.

The challenges of families facing dementia could easily be forgotten in these difficult times; but through our Helpline, carers can continue to be supported in their own homes.

Please show your support to families facing dementia today by donating to the Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline.

The specialist dementia support we provide is available to all, and is more needed than ever due to increased isolation and the closure of support groups and networks.

We receive no Government funding; and every year, we rely on donations to fund our life-saving services. However, with cancelled or postponed events and many vital fundraising activities on hold, we’re facing a substantial fall in funds.

We need your support now more than we ever have. If you are in a position to give, please help us be there for families facing dementia, today and into the future. Thank you.

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Coronavirus: information for families looking after someone living dementia

We know that this is a worrying time for families looking after someone with dementia. The weeks ahead are going to be challenging. But there are a few things you can do to look after yourself, and the person with dementia, during this time

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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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