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Reframing Dementia - a guide to living with dementia
As a nation we are remarkably reluctant to think and talk about dementia, but a conversation is a vital starting point to prepare ourselves for what might come in later life. Read our guide.
What is dementia?
Dementia is the term used to describe a group of symptoms that occur when the brain is affected by specific diseases and conditions. Find out more about dementia.
Spotting the early signs of dementia
It is important to understand that dementia affects people in different ways. Find out more about the possible symptoms and signs of dementia to be aware of.
How to start positive conversations about dementia
Discussing dementia can seem like a daunting prospect but using the right questions and conversation starters can help families begin important conversations in a positive manner.
How to get a diagnosis of dementia
There is advice and support available for people with dementia, a diagnosis can ensure you have access to the right information to help you plan for your future.
Supporting loved ones living with dementia
Being diagnosed with dementia can be a daunting and upsetting time, and the support of close family and friends is invaluable – in addition to knowing which experts to turn to for support.
The benefits of downsizing
Anchor explore the benefits of downsizing for retirement and why some older people choose to move into a smaller property in one of our communities.
Basics of benefits
This guide to the main financial benefits available to those over and under State Pension Age provides information about what you may be entitled to. Find out more.
Suitability of your current home
When considering their housing options, many people start by spending time thinking about how suitable their current home is for their future.
Care home funding - What you need to know
Together with Eldercare, we have produced a series of short videos to help answer some common questions about care home funding and paying for care.
A Warm and Safe Welcome
We understand you’ll have many questions about finding a care home for you or a loved one and we’re here to support you every step of the way.