Useful Links to Further Information

If you are concerned that someone you love may be showing signs of dementia, or you are worried about your memory, there’s plenty of valuable information on the websites listed below. Sometimes, stress, medication, over-tiredness, depression or constipation can present difficulties with remembering things. If you are concerned about yourself or someone else’s memory, contact your doctor and/or memory clinic.

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NHS Dementia – or

Alzheimer’s Society – A wealth of information at

Essential Guide to Travelling abroad with a medical condition:

The Good Care Group – 24 Hour live-in care: 

The Purple Angel –

Age Concern and Help the Aged are now known as Age UK –

Dementia Friends –

Cerebral Palsy Guidance – For information on causes, symptoms and treatment as well as daily living topics, including vocational counselling, adoption, abuse, college/careers, bullying and much more. You can read more at

Our organisation is dedicated to improving the overall quality of life for individuals with cerebral palsy. Our foundation provides free educational information and support to those who have been affected by cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities. 

Advocacy Director, Alison Sanchez – 13506 Summerport Village Pkwy, Windemere | FL 34786 

Signs and Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy to help children and families in need?


Counselling Directory:

t: 0844 803 0252


Sanctuary Lodge – Halstead Essex –

Welcoming – Wellness – Wellbeing – Rehabilitation – Relax – Renew – Recover

Confidential Helpline:0203-8117325  – Email:


Lumosity – Brain exercise and training:

Dementia Challengers – – wonderful explanations about supporting someone with dementia

Dementia Friends – – become a Dementia Friend – Help to spread awareness about how we can help people living with dementia

Carers Trust – – if you are a carer – find support at your nearest Carers Trust Centre

More links coming soon … If you would like your care service to be listed here, please email