We were delighted to welcome actress and broadcaster Shobna Gulati to a special event on 16 September to mark the launch of her memoir Remember me?.
This Father’s Day I’ll be lacing up my trainers for Dad and dementia research, and here’s why.
With social fundraising no longer an option, my new working from home environment meant that I had to find a different way to help, and that was to learn more about dementia.
This is our journey to a dementia diagnosis and illustrates why we need more research into quick and accurate diagnoses. It would’ve made such a difference to our lives.
This International Volunteer Day, we asked Alzheimer’s Research UK Shropshire Fundraising Group leader Katie Foster to give an insight into her year in volunteering.
Why I decided to support Alzheimer’s Research UK in my wedding.
Our Insight 46 study is a unique opportunity to study how factors throughout our life could influence our brain health aged 70.
How did I feel at the end of my first (and last) marathon? Honestly, I felt underwhelmed.
Looking back now the early changes were so marginal and so easy to put down to other things – tiredness, stress. You could always find an explanation.
I watched Dad lose the love of his life in one of the cruellest ways imaginable. Anyone who has been through the process of watching someone they love be diagnosed with and then eventually die of Alzheimer’s disease will know what I mean when I say that the grieving process starts years ahead of their eventual death.