8 October 2019

Measuring and celebrating the effectiveness of our three-day support courses

Sharing the Independent Course Evaluation from University of Worcester Nearly 300 people have...
14 June 2019

Our Ghost

  Laura McCormack-Long wrote a beautiful guest blog for DCC to celebrate Father's day....
10 June 2019

Silent Carers

Former carer turned award-winning writer Beth Britton shares her tips for reaching out to dementia...
13 May 2019

“I can’t cope” – family carers of people with dementia are desperate for more support

The BBC documentary “Ambulance” recently featured the tragic story of an 84-year-old man who...
3 April 2019

Welsh Dementia Care Champion receives the Points of Light Award

  A guest blog by Jayne Goodrick         Jayne...
29 March 2019

An Act of Remembrance – Part 3

  A guest blog by the playwright and scriptwriter Ming Ho. Ming is also a member of...
28 March 2019

An Act of Remembrance – Part 2

  A guest blog by the playwright and scriptwriter Ming Ho. Ming is also a member of our...
26 March 2019

An Act of Remembrance – Part 1

    A guest blog by the playwright and scriptwriter Ming Ho. Ming is also a...
21 March 2019

Five tips to help you relax when you can’t sleep

Are you awake in the middle of the night and can’t get back to sleep? Often our brains are like a...
14 March 2019

Is it possible to “live well” with dementia?

Recently, Dementia expert, Professor June Andrews, has been quoted in the press as saying that the...
28 February 2019

Some Key Learnings From Young Onset Dementia Research

Although the literature is growing, the voices of younger people living with dementia (diagnosed...
28 February 2019

A Juggling Act: Working Whilst Caring for a Family Member with Dementia

If you read the news last week you may have come across headlines such as “Carers quitting jobs...
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