Whether it is our annual Scarf for Lewy event or Dotty Days for Lewy body dementia Awareness Week or highlighting the work of unpaid carers, our job is to keep Lewy body dementia in the spotlight, to raise awareness in public’s consciousness, keep it uppermost in the medical community’s minds and firmly on researchers’ radar.
A charity is calling for more awareness of ‘forgotten type of dementia’ to improve diagnosis, care, support, treatment and research this World Alzheimer’s Day (Sept
STARTING in February 2015, Alzheimer Scotland – Action on Dementia is launching a Let’s Talk about Dementia campaign. The campaign aims to open up more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Alzheimer’s is not the only dementia The Lewy Body Society applauds the Prime Minister’s 19 June statement on that a “big, bold
We continue to highlight that Lewy body dementia is the second most common progressive dementia, affecting over 130,000 people in the UK (one in six