Call our Dementia Helpline for free on 0800 888 6678, send an email to email@example.com or fill in the form below
The Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline is for anyone with a question or concern about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
From looking out for the first symptoms of Alzheimer’s, to understanding the challenges of living with someone with vascular dementia, our specialist Admiral Nurses have the knowledge and experience to understand the situation and suggest answers that might be hard to find elsewhere.
Monday to Friday: 9am to 9pm
Saturday to Sunday: 9am to 5pm
Please note that the Helpline is not open on bank holidays.
All calls to our Helpline are free
What happens when I call?
Our Admiral Nurses will listen to you and give advice and support.
You can take your time. There’s no time limit – many people call for more than 45 minutes – and you can call back whenever you need us
If suitable, you’ll receive a tailored information pack after your call which will be sent out in the post or by email
Who is the Dementia Helpline for?
The people who most often contact us are families caring for someone with dementia, whether that be Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, or one of the rarer types. But the Helpline is also available to people with a diagnosis of dementia, those worried about their memory or the memory of a loved one, and professionals working in dementia care. We’re here for anyone who needs one-to-one support and practical solutions.
Confidentiality arrangements for Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline
The Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline is a free and confidential dementia advice and support service for family carers, people with dementia and professionals. Our Helpline offers a confidential service to all who contact us.
We ask that you give as much information about yourself and your situation as you can as it will help us to reply as fully as possible.
We will not share information with third parties except in specific situations in which we are required to by law, or if there is a potential risk of harm to the person with dementia, yourself or others.
You can read our confidentiality policy in full by clicking here. You can read about how we use your personal data and how we keep your data secure in our privacy and cookies policy.