Glenda Jackson: Britain is facing a ‘dementia black hole’

Seven Tory ministers for disabled people stay silent on UN’s international rights day

CHRISTMAS CARD MOCKING ALZHEIMER’S CONDEMNED AS ‘UTTERLY INAPPROPRIATE’

WCA death doctor: DWP put ‘immense pressure’ on Atos to find claimants fit for work

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

DWP silence after PIP success rate plunges by a fifth in just a year

SPOTLIGHT: Dementia

Lewisham commission hopes to put disabled people at heart of decision-making

One in three over-80s ‘provide vital unpaid care for loved ones’ in UK

Deaf election candidate plans legal action over government’s access costs refusal

UK dementia diagnoses rise 40% in five years

Ministers allow transport industry to break access laws… again

One in three over-80s ‘provide vital unpaid care for loved ones’ in UK

Aducanumab isn’t the simple solution to the complicated Alzheimer’s crisis