There are 750,000 people in the UK with dementia; by 2025 there will be more than a million. We need your help to make sure everyone gets the support they need.
Two thirds of people living with the symptoms of dementia don't have a formal diagnosis. Without a diagnosis, they cannot receive the support, information and treatment that they need to live well with dementia.
There are many barriers to receiving a diagnosis. One is that people often wait a long time before reporting symtpoms of dementia to their doctor. Alzheimer's Society's Worried about your memory? campaign encourages people to recognise the symptoms of dementia and seek help sooner.
Over the last two years the Worried about your memory? campaign has reached thousands of people worried about their memory, and encouraged them to speak to their GP - but now we need your help to reach even more.
To access Worried about your memory? Campaign pages can be accessed by the link below.
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