Dementia together magazine has great competition and giveaway prizes in every issue. See what’s up for grabs in this issue and enter online.


Competition prizes

In the February/March 2019 issue of Dementia together magazine we had two competitions and a book giveaway, all of which are now closed.

Terms and conditions for competitions and giveaways

Competitions are free to enter and open to residents, aged 16 and over, of the UK, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands. Winners will be drawn randomly from entries received by midnight on the end date and results are final. Winners will be notified soon after and announced in the following issue. Prizes are subject to availability, and will be sent by Alzheimer’s Society or our supplier.

CLOSED: Win a copy of Extreme caring 

We have copies of Extreme caring: You have to go on, by Stuart Donnan, for five readers drawn from entries received by 18 February 2019.

CLOSED: Win a Nature pack

We have a Spring Nature pack for one lucky winner and Spring Nature Explorers for four runners-up drawn from correct entries received by 4 March 2019.

The pioneering Victorian and Edwardian era naturalist who campaigned for women to have equal rights to full fellowship of learned societies was:

  • A) Mary Seacole. 
  • B) Ada Lovelace. 
  • C) Marian Farquharson.

CLOSED: Win a running top

We have an Alzheimer’s Society running top (available in women’s and men’s sizes) for one lucky winner drawn from correct entries received by 11 March 2019.

Records of competitive racing date back to the:

  • A) Tailteann Games in Ireland in 1829 BCE. 
  • B) Olympic Games in Greece in 776 BCE. 
  • C) First It’s a Knockout! series on BBC1 in 1966.

Dementia together magazine: Feb/Mar 19

Dementia together magazine is for everyone in the dementia movement and anyone affected by the condition.
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How can I obtain a copy of 'Extreme Caring' I cared for my Mum for four years. She got Vascular Dementia when she was 97 until she was 102 years of age. My Mum died in 2012. Now my husband has Mix/Alzheimer's & Dementia and I'm caring for him at home. I would like to know more about 'how to care' to KNOW that I'm doing OK for him.

Myrna CARR

Hello Myrna,
Thanks for getting in touch.
It looks like you can obtain a copy of this book directly from the publishers, Destinworld Publishing. Here's a link:
Our expert advisers are able to provide information and support via the National Dementia Helpline - they can help to answer any questions you have about caring for your husband. The number is 0300 222 11 22 - more details about opening hours are here:
We hope this helps.
Alzheimer's Society blog team

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