Right to Know campaign

We think everyone with dementia has a Right to Know information about their diagnosis. Add your voice to this campaign and others that will improve the lives of people living with dementia.

Imagine feeling ill but being told your new symptoms and behaviour were just a natural part of ageing. Imagine having a condition but no treatment, information, or support to help you manage it. Imagine if your doctor knew about your condition but chose not to tell you, as they thought nothing could be done to help. Join our campaign and help make a difference.

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Everyone with dementia has a Right to Know.  Add your voice to this campaign and others that will improve the lives of people living with dementia.

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Alzheimer's Society's Right to Know campaign wants to ensure that more people living with dementia receive a formal diagnosis and that everyone diagnosed is fully supported afterwards.

Real stories

Our Right to Know campaign highlights the importance receiving essential support and services during dementia diagnosis. Watch Nick and June's emotional story.

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