Dementia Together magazine - June/July 2020


Staff member
Apr 29, 2014
Dementia Together magazine features the latest news, features, tips and advice for carers and people with dementia, book reviews, updates on dementia research and articles highlighting good practice in dementia care, plus readers' letters.


Here are a few of the articles from this month:

You're not alone: Keeping in touch and having a say, despite coronavirus
Diagnosed with dementia in her 40s, Amanda Quinn wants others to know they have a voice

Platform for change: Standing up for people affected by dementia
Inspired by her father, Nimisha Sharma has been sharing her family's story to raise the profile of dementia

Now more than ever: We are still here for you
Coronavirus means that people affected by dementia need Alzheimer's Society even more than before

Wild for nature: People affected by dementia invited to join 'random acts of wildness'
A nature challenge is encouraging 'random acts of wildness', even adapting to coronavirus restrictions

Quick response: Dealing with lockdown problems for people affected by dementia
As lockdown creates difficulties for people affected by dementia to get food and supplies, we are using our influence to remove barriers

You can read the rest of the articles or download a copy here.


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Have your say

What did you think of this month's articles? Were there any that you particularly enjoyed, or that you learned something from? The magazine team would love to hear your thoughts - you can either comment on this thread, or email

Thanks everyone :)