‘Horrific’ stats show how most disability benefit fraud allegations are

My daughter died of dementia at 42. I’m angry doctors took so long to diagnose her

My mother’s depressing case shows why it’s vital that the parties get to grips with social care – and soon

LGBT people with dementia to get more tailored support

Tens of thousands of disabled workers ‘let down by equality law enforcement failure’

‘Lamentable’ council failings led to pensioner’s roadside death, inquest hears

Dementia care costs set to nearly treble over next two decades, report finds

Staff forced autistic pupils into tiny cupboard after ‘meltdowns’, school admits

Alzheimer’s Society chief Jeremy Hughes: ‘Dementia can be a winner from this general election’

Boris Johnson to double funding for dementia research in hope of finding ‘moonshot’ cure

International human rights experts to meet disabled protesters as part of UK probe

Tony Christie reveals dementia fears following Pointless Celebrities appearance

Boy, 6, diagnosed with dementia and has forgotten all words besides ‘mummy’

Mixed and wary response to government’s new transport access campaign

Dear editor … how a letter about one family’s dementia plight helped millions

Calls to dementia helpline rise 10 per cent year on year with the festive season seeing the biggest spike

Equality watchdog ‘considering action’ on benefits discrimination

‘It was morally wrong’: the plot to abandon a man 5,000 miles from home