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Coronavirus (COVID-19): information for families looking after someone with dementia
We know that this is a worrying time for families looking after someone with dementia. The months 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.
What the coronavirus vaccine means for your family
Our Director of Clinical Services, Paul Edwards, answers questions about the Pfizer and AstraZenaca coronavirus vaccine
Dr Sarah Russell and Suzanne Wightman from our Professional and Practice Development Team have put together some common questions and answers for people living in care homes, their families and the care home staff
Unpaid carers are in Priority Group 6 in the vaccination programme, with people in this group starting to be vaccinated right now. It is therefore important to consider accessing the Carers Register at your local GP surgery.
Paul Edwards, Director of Clinical Services at Dementia UK, reflects on the impact of the pandemic on dementia care. Whilst society will see some normality over the next few months, the long tail of Covid-19 will be felt strongly