This section will help you to understand different types of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, how to reduce your risk, how dementia can progress and what treatments may be available.
Living with Alzheimer's or a related dementia can be a challenging journey for everyone involved. This section of our website provides information and practical steps to help you and your family to live well with dementia.
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland provides a range of specialist services throughout Ireland.
Discover what action you can take to support our work.
Change needs to happen if Ireland is to be a country where people on the journey of dementia are valued and supported. Change in political will, change in political leadership and change in national policy. At The ASI we work towards creating this change through political campaigning and by raising awareness in the media. We do this by promoting the voice of people with dementia and their carers and by building a body of evidence through research, policy papers and collaborations.
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Our Helpline Advisers and trained Helpline Volunteers are available to talk to you in confidence. For more information on this service click here
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Find out about memory loss and tips for coping with memory loss
Find information about early signs and symptoms, when you should visit your doctor and questions to ask your doctor.
Find out about how a diagnosis is made, about Memory Clinics and how a diagnosis will affect you.