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A little support makes a big difference - Dementia Action Week

The research shows that people living with dementia and carers experience discrimination that can lead to social isolation, loneliness and poor mental health. And COVID-19 has intensified these experiences.

The good news is that there are small but significant things that anyone can do to make a difference to someone’s life and experience. Find out how a little support really can make a big difference to someone’s life here

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