Dementia causes many changes in people's lives, including changes to sex and intimate relationships. Here we explain how dementia can affect the sexual feelings, desires and needs of people with dementia and their partners.
If you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans and have dementia, this page is for you. In it we explain how you can live well with dementia.
Living with dementia is likely to have an impact on the people around you and your relationships. These pages will help you understand how your relationships might change, and what you can do to prepare for and live with these changes
Finding out that someone close to you has dementia, and then coping with it from day to day, can be distressing for everyone involved. It can be particularly challenging explaining things to children and young people.
Pressure ulcers - also called pressure sores or bedsores - can develop if someone spends too long sitting or lying in one position. They are a particular risk for people with dementia.