From the moment you receive an early diagnosis to learning to live well with dementia, we’re here to support you every step of the way. That’s why we’ve produced ‘One step at a time’, a video guide to navigating dementia, introduced by broadcaster and Alzheimer's Society ambassador, Angela Rippon.
Our guide consists of three short videos aimed to help and support family carers and people living with dementia to understand how they can live well at every stage of their journey.
Grab a cuppa, put your feet up and watch each chapter of our video guide.
In this chapter of ‘One step at a time’, our video guide to navigating dementia, we break down the practical steps you can take in the first few weeks after diagnosis, myth-bust common misconceptions and share tips on pathways for support.
It’s possible to live well with dementia, and in this video, Care UK’s experts share advice on how to do just that throughout the stages of dementia.
As the dementia progresses, you may find yourself struggling with your own wellbeing or with feelings of depression or guilt. Caring for yourself is just as important as caring for your loved one living with dementia. In this video, our dementia experts discuss how to look after yourself and what sources of support are available.
Did you know that a fifth of adults wrongly believe Alzheimer’s and dementia are the same thing? The results of a poll of 2,000 people revealed the biggest misconceptions about the condition:
Read the full results of the research into dementia misconceptions.
We've put together more useful information in our dementia help and advice area to answer common questions like these:
You can discover more about our approach to dementia care, or visit your local care home to learn more about the services we offer.