‘I live with dementia’ campaign

Dementia doesn’t just impact the person with the diagnosis – everyone around them, from family members to friends, is affected in some way. Because if you love someone living with dementia, you’re living with it too.

That’s the message behind our ‘I live with dementia’ campaign and one that our specialist dementia nurses – known as Admiral Nurses – know all too well.

But you don’t have to face dementia alone. Through the campaign, our Admiral Nurses will be sharing free, expert information that can help you and your family live better with dementia. You’ll learn about the different ways Admiral Nurses support families and hear stories of others who are living with dementia.

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See how our specialist nurses can help you and your family today.

How we can support you

Find out about the different ways our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses can help. Our services are free, confidential, and here to support you

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About our campaign

See why our new campaign is so important for everyone affected by dementia

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Your campaign resources

View ‘I live with dementia’ campaign resources to support and share information that can help families facing dementia

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Real life stories

Hannah

Hannah's story

Hannah’s husband Neil was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer’s at 51 years old. The family’s Admiral Nurse, Lizzie, supports them on a regular basis

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Joanna

Joanna's story

Joanna’s mum has vascular dementia and is now living in a care home. Joanna talks about the impact that her mum’s condition has had on the whole family over the years

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Fred sits on his sofa looking out of the window

Fred's story

Fred’s wife Lynne has vascular dementia and is now in a nursing home. Here, Fred shares how his life has been affected by Lynne’s dementia

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George painting

George's story

George was diagnosed with mixed dementia in 2014 at the age of 62 and has spent much of the last eight years meeting people who live with the condition and campaigning for better support and services

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