Advice and practical tips for carers on when is the right time for a person to be moved to a care home.
Advice and practical tips for planning ahead as an LGBT person living with dementia.
Advice and practical tips for planning ahead when supporting an LGBT person living with dementia.
This section is for people who want to become a deputy for someone living in England and Wales. It also explains the difference between deputyship and a Lasting power of attorney (LPA).
Advice and information for people affected by dementia on the hospital discharge process.
From the August/September 2015 issue of our magazine, our Ask an expert column looks at how 'next of kin' doesn't have the legal meaning we might think.
Get details or organisations that can help provide information about advance decisions (Living wills).
This page describes the criteria for advance decisions to be legally binding.
This page outlines some of the benefits of making an advance decision or advance statement to plan ahead.
Advance statements are similar to advance decisions, but are not the same thing.
This page explains different aspects of planning ahead when you have dementia ('advance care planning').