About Dementia

The word ‘dementia’ describes progressive conditions that affect the brain. Every person is unique and dementia affects everyone differently

How we can help

Dementia is one of the biggest challenges our society faces today. Currently, there are over 800,000 people living with the disease in the UK and the health and social care system is in crisis as there is no cure in sight.

People living with dementia have a right to live hopefully and we help them to do so. We aim improve the quality of life of people living with dementia and their families.
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Mary's story – and our 30-minute Life Story film

When we first met Mary, 84 years old and diagnosed with dementia, she regularly had what she would describe as “bad days” where she became forgetful, disorientated and anxious, and didn’t know what to do…

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Irene – and our 5-minute Carer Introduction film

When we met Irene, she was already living in St Mary’s Residential Care Home in South West London and her dementia had progressed to mid-stage, making it difficult for her carers to get to know her well…

To find out more about dementia visit the organisations below

Age UK


Contact: 020 7820 6770
Opening times : Monday – Friday,
9:00am – 17:00pm

Alzheimer’s Society


Contact: 0330 333 0804
Opening times : Monday – Friday,
9:00am – 17:00pm

What people are saying

Enquire about getting a film

“Watching the film resets me when I feel low. It makes me feel able to do things and has brought me so much joy”

Living with Dementia

Find out how to get your own Life Story or Carer Introduction film.

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