An article published today by Baroness Judith Jolly, Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Health, highlights that a backlog of Deprivation of Libery Safeguards (DoLS) assessments means over 100,000 people may not be having their rights upheld.
From the August/September 2018 issue of Dementia together magazine, we report on Dementia Connect, a new service being developed to keep in touch with and support people affected by dementia.
Find your local Alzheimer's Society office on our map.
Here you will find a list of other useful organisations that may be able to provide you with further information about health and social care professionals.
Social care professionals can help you with non-medical support. This could include support at home with dressing or bathing, social activities, day care or respite care.
You may see other health professionals in your home, a care home or in hospital. These professionals provide help with specific areas of physical health listed in this section.
Information about different types of nurses and how they can help support people with dementia and their carers.
Find information and advice on accessing the right kind of support as an LGBT person living with dementia.
Are you looking for a place to socialise and meet new friends? Our day groups for people living with dementia could be just right for you.
Our Information Programmes are for family, friends and carers of people living with dementia