Our Right to Know campaign highlights the importance of receiving essential support and services during dementia diagnosis. Watch Nick and June's emotional story.
Alzheimer's Society's Right to Know campaign wants to ensure that more people living with dementia receive a formal diagnosis and that everyone diagnosed is fully supported afterwards.
Everyone with dementia has a Right to Know. Add your voice to this campaign and others that will improve the lives of people living with dementia.
The home care system failed Bev and her mum, Marge. Here she shares her experiences and calls for the Government to Fix Dementia Care.
Charlotte describes the poor homecare her gran, Jane, received. Find out why it's so important the Government Fix Dementia Care now.
The homecare system failed Linda’s dad, Ken, who was living with dementia. Watch her story and find out why we need to Fix Dementia Care.
We are calling on the Government to fix a broken homecare system. Find out what steps we want them to take.
There are so many ways people affected by dementia can volunteer to get involved with our work. Take a look at some examples of opportunities that we offer.
Our latest investigation paints a bleak picture of the state of dementia care today.
All Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia held an inquiry on dementia and comorbidities
Isolated. Alone. Denied the health and social care they need. This is still the experience of too many people with dementia and those who care for them right across Northern Ireland. Here are five priorities the Government need to action.