Admiral Nurse with person living with dementia

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Whether you have a question that needs an immediate answer or need emotional support when life feels overwhelming, our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses have the time to listen and the knowledge to solve problems. Find out about our services and how we can support you

How we can support you

Diagnosis and specialist support

If you are concerned about your own memory, or you are worried about changes you have noticed with memory, communication, personality or behaviour of someone close to you, it is important to consult a GP as soon as possible, so that an accurate diagnosis is made

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Understanding changes in dementia

We have a range of leaflets explaining symptoms associated with dementia, such as sundowning and delirium, plus tips for reducing distress behaviours

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Health issues and advice

Read more about helping a person with dementia stay physically well, including tips for good dental care and advice on making your home safe

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Living with dementia

Find infomation and support to help you live well with dementia. From aromatherapy, music, driving, bedtime habits to sex and intimacy.

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Family and carer support

Find infomation and support about considering a care home, how to cope with feelings of guilt, looking after yourself and more

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Legal and financial information

Benefits for dementia patients are not widely publicised, and dementia can create financial worries. We’ve collated  a variety of information about the benefit entitlements which may be available to you if you’re living with dementia

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Advice leaflets, advice videos, information in other languages, resources of parents, teachers, children and support for your employees and customers

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