From the Autumn 2018 issue of Care and cure magazine, here are late-breaking notices and research related events.
Taking part in research
We need thousands of people with and without dementia to take part in research. This could be taking part in a drug trial or simply giving a blood sample, completing a questionnaire or having a brain scan.
Research projects: Improving quality of life through addressing communication needs for people in residential care living with dementia
The 3 Nations Dementia Working Group are a friendly group of people diagnosed with dementia who want to make a difference whilst we still can.
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.
Join Dementia Research is a UK-based service that allows people to register their interest in taking part in dementia research.
Alzheimer's Society is a pioneer in public involvement in dementia research. Our Research Network, established in 1999, now includes a team of over 280 carers, former carers and people living with dementia.
From our Summer 2018 issue of Care and Cure magazine, we hear from researchers running trials and people who have signed up to take part in them.
Our Research Network are people with experience of dementia who play an active role in our research programme. Hear the stories of some of our Research Network volunteers.