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Campaigning & Influencing

We connect, enable and mobilise carers and former carers of people with dementia to use their experience to influence positive change.

We hear from carers that they feel their needs are being consistently ignored and do not feel adequately supported in their caring role. We give carers a platform to speak truthfully about their experiences and use this to influence real change. We target decision-makers and campaign together for a better future for all of those affected by dementia.

The carers' voice is behind everything we do. If you are a current or former carer then you can get involved with us and help us with our mission. You are stronger with us and we are stronger with you.  

You can keep up to date and get involved with all our campaigning and influencing work by joining our network!

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1000 Carers Campaign


We are launching a new campaign: £1000 for 1000 carers. We want more carers to know about us. We are one of the few UK-wide charities dedicated to supporting carers of people with dementia. Our ambition for 2024 is to recruit 1000 new carer members. Every tide member is granted free access to our network, online events, information and advice.

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Keep them front of mind

Front of Mind


We ran a joint campaign with Roche: Front of Mind. Our aim is to put carers' needs at the heart of dementia care by improving diagnosis rates and introducing a proper dementia pathway.

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Influencing policy

Policy Influencing Toolkit


To aid our Front of Mind campaign, we've developed a toolkit to help you gain a better understanding of the parliamentary landscape and influence dementia policy and practice.

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Dementia Carer Job: Would you apply?


Carers of people with dementia work full-time for less than 40p an hour (if they receive carers' allowance!) Would you apply to this job? Probably not.

But this is the reality for dementia carers in the UK.

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