When a person with dementia is nearing the end of life, compassionate care is essential for their comfort and dignity.
Pain can often be missed in people with dementia. They may have communication difficulties or have difficulty interpreting their pain.
When should you be tested for memory problems? What does the test involve? Read our the Q&A featuring commonly asked questions.
When someone who drives receives a diagnosis of dementia, one of the first concerns often is whether they can continue to drive.
Our specialist dementia nurses share advice on good habits for bedtime that can help a person with dementia sleep better.
Sundowning is a term used for the changes in behaviour that occur in the evening, around dusk., and experience agitation or anxiety.
Find out more about Alzheimer's disease, what causes it, how it develops, and what you can do to manage its symptoms.
Everyone has their own unique life story and compiling a record of a person’s life can prompt reminiscence and help others understand them better.
Dementia UK, in partnership with other organisations, is recruiting for Admiral Nurse positions. Find your next role here
Many people with dementia are soothed and comforted by holding a doll or soft toy animal. Read our tips for trying ‘doll therapy'.