Shahbaz Bashir in Peterborough wants to know he did everything that he could as a full-time carer for his father, who has Alzheimer’s disease.
Readers share advice about professionals not understanding someone’s symptoms of dementia because the person is masking how advanced these are.
Cordelia Galgut is frank about feeling loss as her wife’s Alzheimer’s disease has progressed. Hear how she’s using her voice to create change.
Our latest survey puts the spotlight on unpaid carers, with 80% taking on the majority of caring responsibilities for loved ones living with dementia.
Kash Khunkhuna recalls how she and her family supported her late father-in-law.
Learn about our position on the current social care system and our calls for action on funding, workforce strategy and support for unpaid carers.
A financial assessment for care should only take into account the assets of the person with dementia, even if they have a partner.
People with experience share their tips on celebrating birthdays in care homes.
Louise Yates, in Peterborough, values what she has – especially ‘scrapbook moments’ with her mum.
The hospital journey tracker makes it easier to support a relative or friend with dementia in hospital.