Family, friends, and carers
Supporting a person with dementia could be both highly rewarding, but challenging role.
We want to make sure you feel supported, valued, and informed so that you can take care of yourself, and your loved ones.
There’s a range of emotional and practical support available to you if you need help
Being a carer can be both highly rewarding, but challenging role.
It may be that you’re supporting the health and wellbeing of a family member or friend, who is living with a challenging condition, disability, or needs help adjusting to life at home after an illness.
Dementia is an umbrella term for a number of progressive conditions which may affect memory, thinking, problem-solving, language, and possibly mood and behaviour.
Everyone will experience dementia differently, depending on the cause, on which parts of the brain is affected as the condition progresses, and their own personality and circumstances.
Our course will help you to understand and support someone recently diagnosed with dementia.