Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity, working tirelessly to challenge perceptions, fund research and improve and provide care and support.

The charity is committed to ensuring the rights of people affected by dementia are recognised and until the day we find a cure, we will be here to support anyone affected by dementia.
Alzheimer’s Society’s services include our Dementia Connect support line (0333 150 3456), providing expert personalised and confidential advice, information and emotional support from our dementia advisers. In the UK, 900,000 people are living with dementia, yet too many are facing it alone without adequate support. Alzheimer’s Society’s dementia advisers connect people to the support they need, from local face to face help to phone and online information. Whether it’s advice on legal documents, help understanding dementia, or someone to talk to when things get tough, they are there to help.

Other services include the charity’s online community Talking Point, where you can ask questions, share experiences and get information and practical tips on living with dementia with people who are going through or have had similar experiences. Our wide range of publications online, will help people to understand dementia and plan for the future, visit

Research will beat dementia, but we need more funding to find a cure. At Alzheimer’s Society we fund research not only to find treatments and a cure, but also to improve care today for people affected by dementia.

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