An Advance Care Plan helps you plan your decisions about future care - read our guidance and download our Advance Care Planning template.
Attendance Allowance is a weekly benefit for people who need extra help because of a long-term physical or mental disability, including dementia.
Many people living with someone with dementia are missing out on a 25% council tax discount worth an average of £400 a year.
A diagnosis of young onset dementia may impact your finances, this page shares information and advice around financial and legal matters to consider.
Information on the legal terms you might encounter when you care for someone with dementia, advice on the financial benefits that you may be able to claim, and details of services and organisations that can support you.
Some people with dementia qualify for NHS continuing healthcare (CHC) funding to meet the costs of some of their care needs, but the application process isn’t always easy. Here, we explain the facts you need to know about CHC and advice from our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses.
A lasting power of attorney (LPA) is a legal document appointing one, or more, trusted people to be someone living with dementia's attorney.
As dementia progresses, many people need help decision making. We explain what mental capacity is and how to support someone.
If you care for someone with dementia, you are entitled to a Carer’s Assessment. We explain how it could help you find support as a carer.