Dementia UK is a charity that provides Admiral Nurses for families affected by dementia. Call our Dementia Helpline to find out how we can support you.
Find out how to get a diagnosis, what support there is available for you, and tips for communicating with someone with dementia.
Dementia affects people in different ways, depending on the type of dementia. The impact can be physical, emotional and psychological, and can also profoundly change the practicalities of everyday life.
Understanding the various types of dementia means people can get the right support to help them live better with the condition.
Information and resources that have been created specifically for people receiving a diagnosis of dementia aged under 65 that cover the key issues that you may face.
Read more about helping a person with dementia stay physically well, including tips for good dental care and advice on making your home safe.
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.
Caring for a person with dementia can be physically and mentally demanding, so it’s vital that you also look after yourself. Find out how you can stay well, maintain healthy relationships, and get the support you need.
Information and support to help you live well with dementia – from aromatherapy, music and driving to bedtime habits, sex and intimacy.
Stories from people living with a diagnosis, their family members and friends - as well as our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses.
Advice leaflets and videos, information in other languages, resources of parents, teachers, children and support for your employees and customers.