Dementia Awareness Week

This Dementia Awareness Week we're encouraging anyone who is worried about dementia to confront their concerns and get in touch with Alzheimer's Society.

Hundreds of thousands of families are touched by dementia every year and many people don't know where to turn. We know dementia can be scary but you don’t have to face it alone. 

If you're worried that you, or someone close to you, might have dementia, call our National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122 or email helpline@alzheimers.org.uk for advice and support.

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Help raise awareness of the Week

Share our film of Rhod Gilbert confronting dementia

Other ways to support the Week

You can also order or download free posters, flyers and booklets and display them in your local community. 

Attend your nearest event – hundreds of awareness-raising and fundraising events will be taking place in communities across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Or why not organise your own fundraising event or run a Dementia Friends session?

Stay in touch

Please fill out the text box to receive the Alzheimer's Society e-newsletter – catch up on the latest news, find out about our services and read other people’s experiences of dementia from across the Society (monthly).

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PS
If you're inspired by telling dementia what you think, we recommend this little book by Ian Donaghy. And, for each copy sold, Alzheimer's Society receives a 50p donation.