Worried about memory problems?

Everybody forgets things from time to time. But if you or other people are noticing that memory problems are getting worse, or affecting everyday life, it could be a sign of dementia.

If you're worried about memory problems, it's important to seek help. You should contact your GP or talk to us. The earlier you do, the sooner you or a loved one can get support.

Find out more about dementia, its symptoms, what to do if you are worried, and the support available from Alzheimer's Society.

Whatever your questions or concerns, we can help.

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