GPs and GP practice staff (including practice nurses) have an important role in supporting people with dementia and their carers.
Advice and and practical tips for supporting a lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans (LGBT) person living with dementia.
These pages looks at what replacement care is, the different types that are available, and how to pay for it. It also offers tips to help carers and people with dementia to get the most out of replacement care.
Learn about respite care, a short-term care used as a temporary alternative to a person’s usual care arrangements.
Hospitals can be disorientating and frightening for someone with dementia, but there is a lot that can be done to make their stay easier to manage.
This guide explains the different types of care home for people living with dementia. It also advises how to find and choose the right one.
Advice and practical tips for carers on when is the right time for a person to be moved to a care home.
This page explains what happens when someone in the later stages of dementia is nearing the end of life, and when they die.
When you are close to a person with dementia you may go through feelings of grief and loss. Here we take a look at these feelings in more detail.