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Alzheimer's Society

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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.
Many of our 20,000 members have personal experience of dementia, as carers, health professionals or people with dementia themselves, and their experiences help to inform our work.

Alzheimer's Society staff and volunteers provide both local information and over 2,000 services across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to people affected by dementia in their communities.

Telephone and online services

The Society provides reliable and up to date information to help you with every aspect of living with dementia: from understanding diagnosis and assessment to dealing with the financial challenges you may encounter. Our range of over a hundred factsheets and other publications on dementia provide the answers to many of the common questions we have been asked over the years.


Alzheimer's Society national dementia helpline: 0300 222 1122.
9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm.

You can also chat online with the helpline team between 9am – 12pm Monday to Friday, and 3pm – 4pm Saturday and Sunday by clicking here or email them on helpline@alzheimers.org.uk 

 

Telephone:
0300 222 1122.
Sector:
Voluntary

Related Information

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Subject Definitions

For some people later in their life the cells in the brain that are related to mental ability become damaged, causing a gradual decrease in the ability to think and remember. When this happens it is referred to as dementia. Dementia is a non-specific illness syndrome (set of signs and symptoms) in which affected areas of cognition may be memory, attention, language, and problem solving.
Services providing information and advice, or treatment, for illnesses and conditions related to mental health.