Who we are

At DCC, we believe that Dementia Carers Count. We’re working towards a world where everybody taking care of someone with dementia feels confident, supported, and heard. We provide free online information for carers, and one to one, confidential telephone support for unpaid carers, all designed and delivered by health and social care professionals. We’re here to help carers develop skills and build resilience to help them cope with the highs and lows of caring for someone with dementia.

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Carers Advisory Panel

The members of our Carers Advisory Panel (CAP) advise and guide us on our strategy and operational development. As current or former carers, they offer us real-life experience and perspective so that we can fine tune our services to ensure we offer the best possible services to carers of people with dementia.

We are honoured that our carers offer us their expertise, knowledge and wisdom.

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Work with us

We are a small but passionate and hard-working team. We all believe strongly in our vision and mission, and we’re growing rapidly. We want to build our resources with the very best people.

Current vacancies

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Diversity, Inclusion And Belonging At Dementia Carers Count 

At Dementia Carers Count we work to empower and support family carers of people with dementia and ensure their voices are heard.  This means we need to work hard to connect with carers from different communities and in different circumstances. And by listening to what different carers tell us, we can make sure our services meet their needs.  We are committed to building an organisation where everyone feels they belong.  So when we say all carers count, we truly mean all.

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