" There are a range of blogs and forums available that can help with information and put you in touch with others living with dementia "
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There are a range of forums available that may help with information and put you in touch with others living with dementia. Here are a few that may be of interest:

Forums

Alzheimer’s Australia’s Younger Onset Dementia Forum provides a place where younger people with dementia, their families, carers and friends can gather and share information. It provides a place to share your stories, connect with others in a similar situation, ask questions and share information.

Talking about Dementia is an online community where you can share your thoughts, questions and experiences.

Talking Point is Alzheimer’s Society’s (UK) online discussion forum for anyone affected by dementia. It’s a place to ask for advice, share information, join in discussions and feel supported.

 

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