With your support, we can make Christmas 2020 the starting point of a better future for people with dementia.

Your support today could make sure no one faces dementia alone.

We all deserve a great Christmas this year, let’s make sure this Christmas is great for people living with dementia too.

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Help us achieve our 4 point list to make 2021 better for people living with dementia.

With your support, we can make Christmas 2020 the starting point of a better future for people with dementia. After everything that’s happened, we all deserve a good Christmas this year. We hope you will be able to reconnect with your loved ones, and for a few days at least, put aside the worries of the last nine months. However, for the 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK, this Christmas will be tougher than ever.

Alzheimer's Society Christmas List

This year, Alzheimer's Society has drawn up a 4-point list of priorities to improve the lives of those affected by dementia, will you help us achieve it?

Our 4-point list:

  • Coronavirus support
  • Reform care system
  • Find a cure
  • Innovation

Please help us achieve our list.

  • Helpdesk

    £20per month could help us to deliver 2 virtual Singing for the Brain sessions. By making services available online we are helping to elevate loneliness which is so important at Christmas.

  • Helpdesk

    £12per month could pay for an hour of an expert Dementia Adviser's time offering phone support for people with dementia, or their carers. Calls are more vital than ever with Advisers unable to visit people in person.

  • Helpdesk

    £5per month could mean 30 people can access Talking Point, our online community. Talking Point is needed more than ever as a safe space for sharing knowledge, and gaining advice and support during these uncertain times.

  • Helpdesk

    £95could fund a Dementia Connect line for a day – and help show people who are struggling to cope with dementia that they are not alone.

  • Two women

    £47.50could provide half a day’s support, when several people could get the guidance and advice that helps them navigate through the social care system.

  • Woman careworker

    £11.87could provide an hour’s support from Dementia Connect, giving a concerned person with dementia or their carer an expert, friendly voice in their hour of need.