What action is Barbara Windsor’s public letter demanding for dementia?

Facing life with dementia and discovering a positive path

DWP admits it has no idea how many of its disability champions are disabled people

NHS boss calls for urgent action to stem ‘rising tide’ of dementia patients amid fears health service could buckle under the pressure

DWP’s silence on its own annual progress report on disability… and its string of flops

Access to adult social care is a ‘postcode lottery’ in Wales

Ashley Campbell: We need to talk about dementia

Lib Dem conference: Party ‘probably overlooked’ working-age disabled people

‘A chance to have my own voice’: the care users redesigning support

David Knight: Prescription drugs and dementia – why we need to get to the truth of the issue

Labour ‘on collision course with UN and EHRC over independent living’

‘Films must be honest about tragedy’: the director putting dementia on screen

Labour to announce it would reverse austerity cuts to adult social care

Council’s planned care charge rises ‘could prove fatal’

What to do if you suspect a loved one is developing dementia

Carers of loved ones with dementia call for more support

CARE CRISIS Over 110,000 people have quit work to care for relatives with dementia — costing firms £3.2billion this year

Music has calming effect on hospital dementia patients

‘Why should I stop working just because I have dementia?’

Care home dementia patient suffers bleed on the brain after 12 falls in 15 weeks