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NHS - About Dementia www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Dementia/Pages/Introduction.aspxInformation about Living with Dementia and how to find out about local and national support.
Dementia UK www.dementiauk.orgCharity intent on improving the quality of life of dementia patients.
Alzheimer's Society www.alzheimers.org.ukThe Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Norfolk & Suffolk Dementia Alliance www.dementia-alliance.comNorfolk and Suffolk Dementia Alliance website. The Norfolk and Suffolk Dementia Alliance brings Norfolk and Suffolk's most informed, aware and supportive organisations all together.Dementia Action Alliance www.dementiaaction.org.ukThe Dementia Action Alliance is the coming together of over 480 organisations to deliver the National Dementia Declaration.Living Well With Dementia: a national dementia strategy (Department of Health) www.gov.uk/government/publications/living-well-with-dementia-a-national-dementia-strategy
Admiral Nurses www.dementiauk.org/how-we-help/admiral-nursing/ Nurses specialising in dementia. Admiral Nurses work with family carers and people with dementia, in the community and other settings
Admiral Nursing DIRECT helpline www.dementiauk.org/information-support/admiral-nursing-direct/A national telephone helpline, provided by experienced Admiral Nurses. It offers practical advice and emotional support to people affected by dementia.
Care for Carers www.careforcarers.co.ukA Carers Group Support Association designed to help new and existing carer support groups.
Carers Direct www.nhs.uk/carersdirectA national information, advice and support service for carers, including a helpline and directory of all carers' related services across England.
Chill4us Carers www.chill4uscarers.co.ukAn online community for adult carers who look after a family member, partner or friend in the UK.
Kiloran Trust www.kilorantrust.org.ukA place of respite in west London where full-time carers at home can go for a holiday/supportive break.