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Dementia, carers and wellbeing

Dementia is an unpredictable and progressive disease and caring for someone with it provides unique challenges.

It’s estimated that 1 in 14 people aged over 65 has dementia, and the likelihood of developing it increases significantly with age. In fact, 1 in 6 people over 80 live with the condition.

It is an unpredictable and progressive disease, with no cure at present. Carers and those with dementia can find themselves isolated, frustrated and emotionally exhausted.

In this webinar we look at what dementia is and the unique challenges of being a carer for someone with dementia. We explore some of the not-so obvious
lifestyle changes that help lower our risk. Lastly, we examine the support available, through the Bank Workers Charity and the innovation in dementia
support generally.

This webinar is designed for and open to all – those who have no experience of caring or dementia and those who do.

Webinar overview:

  • Dementia and the early signs
  • The unique challenges of caring for someone with dementia
  • Supporting the wellbeing of carers and people with dementia
  • Lifestyle changes that can reduce the risk of developing dementia
  • Examples of the Bank Workers Charity support
  • Innovation in dementia support

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