Paul Monaghan in Omagh says more needs to be done to improve the health system for people with dementia.
The very real difference that adding your name to Alzheimer’s Society campaigns can make.
Michelle Nelson-Greensmith was at our Labour conference stand this year to tell MPs about the realities of dementia.
Are you a campaigner? Make a difference for people living with dementia by signing a petition, contacting your MP or more.
How easily you can get a dementia diagnosis varies too much depending on where you live. Anita Goundry wants that to change.
John and Sarah have been together for almost 34 years, and during this time have both experienced the loss of a parent to dementia. In Wales, a lack of diagnosis data collection and publication means that people are missing out on vital support.
Dementia doesn’t wait for ‘due course’ – Nigel Hullah says people living with dementia deserve better.
Joy Watson asks Kate Lee, our CEO, how we’re involving more people living with dementia in Alzheimer’s Society’s work.
Alzheimer’s Society’s latest report examines the barriers to getting a timely and accurate diagnosis identified by people living with dementia, researchers and clinicians and builds a consensus on recommendations to overcome them.
People with dementia should be able to live the lives they wish to lead and this should not be restricted because they need to draw on social care.
Find out more about what Mark MacDonald does at Alzheimer’s Society.
Today our ambassadors delivered an open letter, backed by 36,000 members of the public, demanding that the UK Government makes dementia a priority.
Society campaigner Tricia, in West Suffolk, explains how meeting her MP helped secure some important commitments on dementia.