Paul's story shares the difficulties with mental health that many people experience after a loved one has been diagnosed with dementia.
Dementia UK merges with YoungDementia UK to create a stronger influential organisation in the area of young onset dementia.
Doctors typically use the word ‘dementia’ to describe common symptoms – such as memory loss, confusion, and problems with speech and understanding – that get worse over time. Each type of dementia stops a person’s brain cells (neurones) working properly in specific areas, affecting their ability to remember, think and speak.
Dr. Hilda Hayo, our CEO and Chief Admiral Nurse recently spoke to Express.co.uk for an exclusive interview on why dementia care needs an urgent overhaul.
Dr Julia Botsford is a specialist in the area of dementia in ethnic minority communities. She shares the questions and issues that cultural and ethnic differences can raise when creating support services for people affected by dementia.
What is young onset dementia? What differences are there to late onset dementia? How does young onset dementia develop?
Our Chief Admiral Nurse and Chief Executive, Hilda Hayo, talks about the legacy of Wendy Mitchell.
Our Admiral Nurses have put together a list of 12 Christmas tips so that you can enjoy the festivities whilst caring for someone with dementia.
Admiral Nurses are specialist dementia nurses who provide life-changing support to families affected by all forms of dementia
Barbara was one of the original Ambassadors of the charity – and a vociferous campaigner for the rights and support of families facing dementia.