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Book a virtual clinic appointment with a specialist dementia nurse

Speak to a dementia specialist Admiral Nurse by phone or video call at a time that works for you.

Book an appointment

If you care for someone with dementia or are living with the diagnosis yourself, you can book an appointment with a specialist dementia nurse in our virtual clinics. Appointments are free and confidential, and are available between Monday to Friday, from 9am to 4pm. They are 45 minutes long and take place by phone or video call, to suit you.

As experts in dementia, our nurses offer life-changing advice and support with all aspects of dementia, including:

  • understanding the diagnosis
  • practical tips for caring for a loved one with dementia
  • understanding symptoms and changes in behaviour
  • advice on stays in hospital and transition into a nursing or residential home
  • emotional support for you

We often experience high levels of demand, with appointments booked two to three weeks in advance.

Professionals/booking on behalf of others

If you are a professional, family member or friend of a carer, please do not book an appointment without obtaining their permission first. You will need to enter the carer’s contact details on the booking form. Please also ensure that you ask them whether they would prefer an appointment by phone or video call, and tell them the appointment time and date to avoid unexpected or unwanted calls from a specialist dementia nurse.

Book an appointment

Closer to Home dementia clinics

Throughout 2024, we are holding ‘Closer to Home’ face-to-face dementia clinics in selected branches of our partner Leeds Building Society across the UK. Appointments are free, confidential and last 45 minutes.

Find locations and dates and book your appointment

Virtual appointments have provided Admiral Nurse support to over 3,600 families since June 2021. We will continue to expand our virtual clinics service in addition to our face to face Closer to Home service to provide even more access to everyone seeking specialist dementia support right across the UK.

Paul Edwards, Director of Clinical Services

For more information about our dementia support services please visit our Information and support pages.

If you’re looking for support right now, please see further details of our free Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline. The Helpline nurses will also be able to advise whether there is an Admiral Nurse service that you can access in your area.

By engaging with the service you are agreeing to our terms and conditions and privacy policy. If you have any difficulty accessing these, you must tell us before your appointment.