Have you, or has someone close to you got dementia or recently been diagnosed with dementia? There are many kinds of dementia including Alzheimer's Disease, which is the most common kind. It affects everyone differently. Broadly, the effects of dementia or Alzheimer’s are:
- reduced or lost memory or concentration
- mood changes
- problems with communication and perception
- problems with reasoning
- change in personality
- difficulty doing everyday things which could be anything from enjoying hobbies, shopping or socialising.
If you are worried that you, or someone you know may have dementia, the first step is to go and see your GP.
Find out on this page about the support available to help you cope with the effects of dementia and live as independently as possible.
Find out how to get information and advice about care and support for yourself or for a friend or family member who has been diagnosed with dementia.
B&NES Adult Mental Health and Social Care Commissioning Strategy for 2015-2020 can be found here.
Wellbeing Options supports people in Bath and North East Somerset to live full and independent lives. Here you will find information about local care providers, services and activities, along with links to other useful websites and resources