It started with a tweet: working together to create online support for LGBTQ+ people affected by dementia

In June 2020, everyone was reeling from the horror of the pandemic and the brutal isolation of lockdown. A call went out on Twitter – was anyone interested in setting up a support group for LGBTQ+ people affected by dementia? Lucy Whitman and colleagues describe what happened next. During the first lockdown, Mike Parish, long-time...

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Bringing dementia out into the light

Figures suggest there may be 68,000 LGBT people with dementia in the UK, but they remain largely invisible to care and support services. Claire Days and Andrew Gilliver describe how the Bring Dementia Out programme has helped to bring about change Over the last two years, our Bring Dementia Out programme has been highlighting the needs of LGBT+...

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