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The Dementia Network empowers you with practical advice that will enable you, and those around you, to live well with dementia. Covering news, book and product reviews, resources and so much more.

This website is part of a trio of helpful resources. Its sister sites include My Dementia Network; a directory of dementia-friendly events, activities and services and The Dementia Forum; a friendly community where people can go for support or simply just to chat.

Dementia Videos

Elizabeth Allen was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. This is her story.
How is Alzheimer’s different from Dementia?
What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness
The village that’s ‘redefining’ Dementia care
Amazon’s Alexa: a perfect companion for those living with dementia

Amazon’s Alexa: a perfect companion for those living with dementia

A Tattoo on My Brain describes Dr. Daniel Gibbs’ amazing journey from Neurologist to patient. Having spent twenty-five years caring for patients, many with dementia themselves, he offers a first-hand account of his early Alzheimer’s symptoms, his experience participating in research, and why he believes that an early diagnosis is critical.

Allison’s Gambit Book Review

Allison’s Gambit Book Review

ALLISON’S GAMBIT  By  C.A Price Allison’s Gambit by American author and Doctor, Chris Price presents a really interesting perspective on Alzheimer’s and one daughter’s reaction to caring for her mother.  Allison has lost both her mother and father to different...

What is Dementia?

To be clear, dementia is not a specific disease. The term dementia describes a range of symptoms affecting memory, thinking and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily functioning. Though dementia generally involves memory loss…

Dementia Care

Following a diagnosis of dementia, you will need help. Make a plan in consultation with family, friends, your gp, and social services. A good place to start is to think about what sort of care you will require and who is going to provide that…

Dementia Prevention

There is no way to prevent dementia altogether, but there are things that can be done to reduce the risk of developing it. For example, studies have indicated that there is a link between cardiovascular health and dementia…

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