Provides information and advice on all aspects of dementia.
Provides information and assistive technology to help people with dementia to live more independently.
This is a group of over 480 organisations working together to improve the quality of life for those living with dementia and the people who care for them
Provides information on how you can help people with dementia by becoming their friend.
They run a national helpline and email service for dementia sufferers, their family and professional carers and anyone worried about their memory. They also provide mental health nurses specialising in dementia care.
Every person is unique and dementia affects people differently – no two people will have symptoms that develop in exactly the same way. An individual’s personality, general health and social situation are all important factors in determining the impact of dementia on him or her.
Symptoms vary between Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, but there are broad similarities between them all. The most common signs are memory loss and the loss of practical abilities, which can lead to withdrawal from work or social activities. If you think that these problems are affecting your daily life, or the life of someone you know, you should talk to your doctor, or encourage them to talk to theirs.
This is a US based non-profit health resource with a useful guide on age related memory loss.
Provides a central hub of information for those with dementia and their families and friends. It also aims to raise awareness of dementia and help people create networks and better understand the impact of the condition. There are links to local information and resources on dementia.
Provides information and support for those suffering with dementia.
This is a specialist dementia website providing key service information, hints and tips, a dementia guide and a 24-hour helpline.
Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) is the worldwide federation of Alzheimer associations, which support people with dementia and their families.
From day one of dementia, we’ll be right here with you. For support and advice. For campaigning, and one day, for a cure.