We're here, so how can we help? Living with dementia at any time brings challenges. Coronavirus is making daily life much harder. But you're not alone. If you need support and advice, we are here for you. How we can support youDementia affects people differently. Find out how Alzheimer's Society can support you by phone, online or face-to-face.Coronavirus and dementiaRead our guidance on care home and hospital visits, coronavirus testing, vaccinations, reunions and more.Connect with others onlineJoin our online community, Talking Point, where anyone affected by dementia can receive valuable support, day or night.PreviousNext Find local services near you There are dementia services and support groups in your area. Find out what's available where you are. Your Location As national restrictions ease we are gradually able to reopen some face-to-face and group services over the coming weeks as well as continuing to run new versions of some services. Help us support people affected by dementia Dementia stories Read about people's experiences with dementia, our latest advice and more. 'As a community we need to embrace, understand and work with it.'Community leader Morcea Walker talks to us about the specific challenges of dementia in the Black community.'I learned the care system inside out. Now I'm calling for change.'Julie Hayden explains how she learned the flaws in our 'fractured' dementia care system during her career as a nurse and social worker.‘Mum worked non-stop to build us a life in the UK. That’s why I look after her now’Michelle and her mum, Daphne, who has Alzheimer's disease, share their story.'We had been worried about Gran for a few years.'Despite the challenges of the pandemic, India shares how she continues to support her gran, Brenda, who lives with dementia.'Art therapy helps my grandmother with her dementia and my autism'James is a young artist with autism who helps to care for his grandmother, Joan, who has vascular dementia.‘I can’t forget the people in my young days'Connie, who has dementia, has enjoyed a varied life of rich and unique experiences from Grenada to England.'I never thought it was dementia. I was only 54 years old'After being let down by a doctor, for Steve, getting his diagnosis of young-onset dementia wasn't easy.Visit our blog for more >Read real stories from people affected by dementia, and find out about the latest dementia news, research and campaigns.PreviousNext Memory Walk Sign up to one of 20 Memory Walks taking place up and down the country or take on your own and walk for a world without dementia. Campaign with us Join our campaigns and help us challenge and change the issues faced by people affected by dementia. Buy helpful items from our online shop Our online shop has lots of helpful everyday items for people affected by dementia. 100% of profits from the shop help fund our work.