Caring For Someone with Dementia

We urge all care givers therefore to encourage people living with dementia to join the 3 Nations Dementia Working Group

Care givers, paid and unpaid, are an immense and critically important resource, but are almost without exception undervalued.

Caring For Someone with Dementia

Care givers, paid and unpaid, are an immense and critically important resource, but are almost without exception undervalued.

 While membership of 3 Nations Dementia Working Group is for people living with a diagnosis of dementia, we are campaigning and working to improve the support and training provided to all care givers.

Those who offer unpaid dementia carer support need regular opportunities to recharge their own batteries, and to look after their own health and wellbeing.

 All care givers should be provided with good quality training to enable them to feel confident in their knowledge of the disease and its effects.

We urge all care givers therefore to encourage people living with dementia to join the 3 Nations Dementia Working Group in order to add to the weight of influence we can bring to bear for change. If you’re caring for someone with dementia or caring for someone with Alzheimer’s, become a member today.

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Get In Touch

If you would like to get involved in any way, please do get in touch.

[email protected]org.uk

3 Nations Dementia Working Group
Care of Alzheimer's Society
43-44 Crutched Friars
London
EC3N 2AE