International collaborations help our investments to go further. Learn more about our international partnerships and how they influence the dementia research landscape.
Read more about our research that aims to support GPs to identify people who are in need of end of life care at the right time so they can access the support they need.
Find out about our research to tackle issues facing people with advanced dementia and their carers and how we can support them to get the best care.
Find more useful organisations and resources to help you when finding and choosing a care home.
Not sure what to look for when visiting a care home? Use this page to help you find the right one.
This page looks at some important principles for caring for people with dementia in residential or nursing care home settings.
This information will help you make the right decision for people living with dementia about full-time or residential care, if the person cannot make it themselves.
Everyone reacts and copes with bereavement in their own personal way. Here we outline what you might be feeling and some tips for when the person dies.
Access our wide range of publications designed to support and inform anyone affected by dementia.
Find organisations that can provide help and support at the end of the person's life.
A person with dementia should be supported to die in a place of their choice whenever possible.
A person in the later stages of dementia will have needs based on how they are feeling, and any cultural, spiritual or religious beliefs and practices.