From the ‘Alzheimer’s Society’
We’ve answered a variety of questions from people affected by dementia, which you may find helpful during the coronavirus outbreak.
Read our responses to questions such as, ‘Where can I find out about activities to keep someone with dementia from getting bored?’ and ‘How can I stay in touch with my mum now that I can’t visit her care home?’.
Call our Dementia Connect support line on 0333 150 3456
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Masood was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and frontotemporal dementia in 2011, aged 54. After finally accepting his dementia, Masood wants to raise awareness of the condition and to fight stigma about it.
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Writing about yourself or a loved one who has been affected by dementia can offer relief for both writer and reader. Our blog team are interested to hear about how the current situation with coronavirus and isolation is affecting your daily life.
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We know that research is the only way to beat dementia, but we need your support. There are some quick and easy ways to support dementia research while staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic.