Will you see dementia differently and help to change someone’s life?

Find out more below about how frightening everyday life could be for someone living with dementia.

“We provide practical and emotional support to families, helping them to understand the frightening effects of dementia and find ways of making everyday life better for their loved ones.” Daniel Fredriksson, Dementia Support Worker

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Home is the place you should feel safest

Sudden deafening sounds. Dark pits appearing in the floor. Being unable to recognise everyday items. These are some of the worst dementia symptoms that can make home a terrifying place.

Someone living with dementia could be experiencing some or all of these symptoms and dementia can affect a person’s ability to communicate so they may not even be able to tell anyone. This is where our Dementia Support Workers can help make the difference.

Home is the place you should feel safest

Sudden deafening sounds. Dark pits appearing in the floor. Being unable to recognise everyday items. These are some of the worst dementia symptoms that can make home a terrifying place.

Someone living with dementia could be experiencing some or all of these symptoms and dementia can affect a person’s ability to communicate so they may not even be able to tell anyone. This is where our Dementia Support Workers can help make the difference.

  • Helpdesk

    £10a month could help to fund much-needed research projects that could help us beat dementia once and for all.

  • Helpdesk

    £8a month could help a specialist Dementia Support Worker provide expert help to a family caring for a loved one who has dementia.

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    £5a month could help a Side by Side volunteer give people with dementia practical support to make the most of everyday life, such as catching the right bus into town.

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    £50from you today could help to fund much-needed research projects that could help us beat dementia once and for all.

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    £30could help a specialist Dementia Support Worker provide expert help to a family caring for a loved one who has dementia.

  • Woman careworker

    £13could help people to receive personalised advice and support from our National Dementia Helpline.