Falls are common in older people and people with dementia, and can make it difficult for them to live independently.
If you are concerned about your own memory it is important to consult a GP as soon as possible. This will make sure that you are given appropriate advice.
Research has identified some rare genetic mutations for dementia that are inherited.
If you love someone living with dementia, you’re living with it too.
That’s the message behind our new campaign. It doesn’t just affect the person with the diagnosis – everyone around them is also affected. And with one in two of us impacted by dementia in our lifetime – whether by caring for someone with the condition, developing it ourselves, or both – it’s a message that’s as vital as ever.
By leaving a gift in your Will, you can help Dementia UK work towards the goal of ensuring every family has access to a dementia specialist Admiral Nurse.
Find out more about frontotemporal dementia (FTD), what causes it, how it develops, and what you can do to manage its symptoms.
Information and resources about young onset dementia, where symptoms develop before the age of 65.
Check out our ideas for fundraising activities to keep children entertained while raising money for families affected by dementia.
Find out more about vascular dementia, what causes it, how it develops, and what you can do to manage its symptoms.
We’re calling on football fans across the UK to sign up for Fans vs Dementia this season.