Advice and support for Dementia patients and carers during COVID-19

You are not alone… advice and support is available

For people living with Dementia there are many every day challenges. Coronavirus is adding to these challenges and causing additional worry, however there is advice and support available to help you. Below are links from trusted organisations and websites to support you during COVID-19.

Information for Dementia patients and carers

Alzheimer Europe: Resources have been broken down into the following categories and pages will be updated on a regular basis.

  1. Information for people with dementia
  2. Advice for caregivers and family members
  3. Information for minority ethnic groups
  4. COVID-19 and intellectual disabilities
  5. Mental health resources
  6. COVID-19 in numbers: epidemiology
  7. Global resources
  8. EU resources
  9. National country resources
  10. General, scientific and ethical resources

Alzheimer’s Society: Coronavirus information for people affected by Dementia.

Tips for care givers

Alzheimer’s Association: Coronavirus (COVID-19): Tips for Dementia Caregivers.

Managing the COVID pandemic in care homes

British Geriatrics Society: Multidisciplinary geriatricians offering expertise in the healthcare needs for older people.

Virtual support for people living with Dementia and their families

Information for people affected by dementia 

Alzheimer’s Society UK: Offer advice and practical tips for addressing the anxiety, loneliness and challenges of daily living during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sharing experiences with healthcare providers

Alzheimer’s Disease International: A perspective from China on addressing challenges of Dementia care during the COVID-19 pandemic.


About the CASCADE project

The CASCADE project involves 10 partners across Europe, working to provide care for people living with Dementia and the elderly in an innovative way that keeps people living in their own homes for longer and connected with their local communities.

CASCADE Partners