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Useful information for carers from our May carer groups

We have brought together some handy information from three organisations that may be of use to you in the day to day. These organisations are Citizen's Advice, Rare Dementia Support and TIDE and they all featured in our May carer groups.

Citizen’s Advice Bureau

Our friends at the Citizen’s Advice Bureau spent some time with us at our Connecting Carers Group and shared with us the following useful links that may be of use to you:

Getting financial advice (EWS) Click HERE for more information

Stop getting nuisance calls and texts (EWS) Click HERE for more information

Claiming compensation for a personal injury (EW)  Click HERE for more information

Rare Dementia Support

Our friends at Rare Dementia Support (RDS) have kindly allowed us to share with you a presentation that they showcased to our regional Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) Carers Group.

RDS are an organisation that specialises in rare dementias, they have a global audience and reach.  They specialise in supporting those affected by: Familial Alzheimer’s Disease, Frontotemporal Dementia, Posterior Cortical Atrophy, Primary Progressive Aphasia and Lewy Body Dementia. If you are interested in finding out some more about them then please take a look at their presentation.

Get their presentation HERE

Together in Dementia Everyday (TIDE)

Finally, we wanted to give you details about TIDE after we shared information about who they are and what they do in our Carer Forum recently. 

TIDE is an organisation committed to giving those that care for someone with dementia a voice that can be heard. They work to empower carers to use their lived experiences to influence communities, society, health and social care organisations, research and policy development.

It is free to join, and you can be as involved as much or as little as you wish.

Find out more about TIDE HERE


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