‘My dad has dementia. I won’t accept that’s going to be a reality for my daughter. That’s why I’m leaving a gift in my Will to Alzheimer’s Society.’
There are different types of deputyship. This page will tell you about the differences between them.
Advice and practical tips for planning ahead as an LGBT person living with dementia.
As an LGBT person, the law protects your right to equal treatment, to not be discriminated against, and to privacy.
There are laws that protect the rights of people with dementia in the UK, and it can be helpful to know these when taking a holiday.
Get details of organisations that can provide guidance about becoming a deputy for a person with dementia.
Read the most common queries that are asked about becoming a deputy for someone with dementia.
Find out about the role of the Office of the Public Guardian in supervising and supporting deputies.
As a deputy, you will need to tell various organisations about your deputyship. You may also need to arrange a 'security bond'. This section has information on both these things.
If you are thinking of becoming a deputy for a person with dementia, it is important to consider the responsibilities involved. You will be taking on many duties, which this page will tell you about.
This page tells you about the application process for becoming a deputy for a person with dementia.