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Decision Aid

University College London have worked with current & former carers, as well as professionals working with people living with dementia to develop the Decision Aid. It guides carers through the process of making difficult decisions whilst taking into consideration the wishes & preferences of the person living with dementia & the legal aspects of making  decisions: download pdf

Alzheimer’s Research UK
Information and advice about dementia and taking part in dementia research. Dementia Research Infoline 0300 1115 111. visit website 

Alzheimer’s Society
Support, advice & guidance. Dementia Connect Support Line: 0333 150 3456: visit website

Apps for Dementia
Apps specifically researched & designed for people with dementia & carers: visit website

Carers UK
Information & guidance for unpaid carers on finances, practical support, health, work & relationships. Helpline: 0808 808 7777 : visit website

Citizen’s Advice
Advice about money, debt, benefits, rent, housing & employment. Find your local service or use the National Adviceline: 03444 111 444 Text Relay: 03444 111 445 : visit website

Dementia UK Helpline & Information:
Dementia UK Admiral Nurses offer practical & emotional support to families on 0800 888 6678 or email: helpline@d

Person-Centred Support at Home
How to provide person-centred support at home for people living with dementia during the Covid-19 crisis – University of Worcester, Association for Dementia Studies: download pdf

The national domestic abuse helpline: 0808 2000 247 visit website

Responding to Changes in Behaviour (Northern Health & Social Care Trust)
Supporting Carers to understand & respond to changes in behaviour in people with dementia: visit website

Helpline: 116 123 visit website

SCIE (Social Institute for Excellence)
Videos from SCIE are designed for family carers of people living with dementia. They cover a variety of topics, including: Coping with Unusual Behaviour; Active Listening; & Creating the Right Environment: visit website

Women’s Aid
National charity working to end domestic abuse against women & children: Live Chat at: visit website or email:

Advance Care Plan: My Future Wishes
West Yorkshire & Harrogate Health & Care Partnership has focused on improving opportunities for people affected by dementia &/or frailty (including family carers) to have a conversation about their wishes for future care, record these, & share them with staff involved in their care. tide have been involved in developing this Advance Care Plan, which can be completed digitally or by hand: download pdf

 Herbert Protocol – Safe & Found (England, Scotland, Wales)

A form that carers, family or friends of a vulnerable person can fill in that will help the police if the person goes missing. The exact form & guidance varies slightly depending on area, so look on your local police website. An example can be found here: visit website

Social Care Institute for Excellence

Information, guidance, resources & accredited training for anyone supporting people with dementia: visit website