The dementia guide

Have you recently been diagnosed with dementia? Get your copy of the latest version of our dementia guide. It also provides helpful information for anyone taking on a caring role.

Who is it for and what does it include?

The dementia guide is for anyone who has recently been told they have dementia.

You will learn more about dementia and the treatments, support and services that are available. You'll find information about how you can live as well as possible with dementia and about making plans for the future.

The dementia guide has recently been updated. The second edition now includes sections on living alone, technology, communicating and changes to relationships.

The dementia guide: Living well after diagnosis

Get your copy of the latest version of The dementia guide.

Download a copy Order by post

Available versions of the guide

Watch the video

You can watch the full video of our dementia guide below. 

If you would rather watch this video in sections, you can do so by selecting any of our section videos in this playlist.


There are also supplementary video case studies of people featured in the guide available on YouTube.

Do you require an audio version?

You can listen to an audio recording of The dementia guide on our website with Soundcloud.

It is also possible to order a CD copy of The dementia guide.

Do you require a Braille version?

The dementia guide is also available in Braille.

Do you require the guide in another language?

The dementia guide is available in a number of languages.

Are you a health professional?

You can make a bulk order of The dementia guide for free.

Place your order via email or call 0300 303 5933.

With special thanks

We would like to thank the Morrisons Foundation for their support in funding this guide.

The Morrisons Foundation was set up by the Morrisons supermarket chain to make a positive difference to people in England, Scotland and Wales. They provide match funding for Morrisons colleagues and award grants for charity projects that improve people's lives.

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