'Imagine the confusion, caused by a bug,
No smiles, no laughs, not even a hug...'
People living with dementia have been hit hardest by coronavirus. Help us continue to be there for those affected, their family & carers: .
Do you know someone who has gone above & beyond during the pandemic to improve the lives of people affected by dementia? Say thank you by nominating them for the Outstanding Achievement prize at this year's Dementia Hero Awards! 🌟
Find out more:
There’s still time to register for @AlzheimersShow's series of webinars on 'Caring and dementia: Support, advice & education', taking place Tues 26 and Wed 27 January.
It's set to be two days of interesting conversation and information. Find out more!
We love this beautiful video! ❤️
The moment Dorothy from Newcastle, who has dementia and now lives in the US, heard the Blaydon Races for the first time since she was a child.
Click here to find out how music can help people living with dementia:
Since 2019, @santanderuk have raised over £1.2 million for Alzheimer’s Society - incredible! We continue to work together to support people with dementia to stay financially independent for longer.
Find out why the power of partnership is so important:
We all need to be aware of the scams that are springing up during the pandemic, but people with dementia may be more vulnerable to financial abuse than most.
We've got some top tips on how to avoid getting caught out by fraudsters. Read more at:
Biomedical charities are 40% down on their income due to the pandemic. Restrictions on fundraising activities like @alzheimerssoc’s Memory Walk will, in turn, hamper crucial research.
@RichJamesOakley on why we need to be even more generous, if we can, during this time.
Everybody forgets things from time to time. But if you are noticing problems with someone’s memory and they’re getting worse, it’s important they speak to their GP. Our info & advice will help you understand what steps they need to take. Visit for more.
We know lockdowns can be hard, but there are always organisations and people to help you.
💙Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Connect support line: 0333 150 3456
💙@DementiaUK: 0800 888 6678
💙@CarersUK: 0808 808 7777
💙@samaritans: 116 123
💙@TheSilverLineUK: 0800 4 70 80 90
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