We use cookies on this website. By using this site, you agree that we may store and access cookies on your device.

Get support

Get support
For anyone who is concerned about dementia it is really important to know what services and supports are available to help.

Whether you are worried about yourself or someone you love support is out there. Services are provided by health professionals and organisations including GPs, pharmacists, hospital groups, community health organisations and public health nurses. Voluntary and community organisations also offer help.

For 55,000 people in Ireland, their families and their friends, living with dementia is an everyday reality. It is a challenge, particularly as the symptoms progress, but it is possible to live a healthy, active and involved life with dementia.

This section is a clear, concise guide to dementia services and supports. It contains a lot of links to other websites to help you get as much information as possible. There’s also some practical advice for carers, family and friends who are living with dementia on a daily basis, as well as for health professionals.

Real life stories

If you have been diagnosed with dementia, you are not alone.

Acknowledgment: this video was provided by The Alzheimer Society of Ireland

Support groups help people to live well with dementia maintaining their dignity and quality of life.

Alzheimer Cafes provide a warm and welcoming space for people with dementia, their family and friends and health care professionals to meet, exchange ideas and learnings.

What do I do now?

Find practical advice for carers, family and friends who are living with dementia on a daily basis, as well as information for those who are worried about their own risk of dementia.

Are you, or someone you know, worried about Dementia?

Find services and support near you