UK Journal of Dementia Care

The Journal of Dementia Care launched in 1993, at the forefront of a modern approach to care for people with dementia.


Take a dip into this latest issue of JDC…

The ‘JDC asks’ column invites a varied + interesting line-up of contributors to consider topical issues

For the November/December 2017 issue we asked:

Our opening debate at the UK Dementia Congress will discuss this motion: “Research has brought us no closer to a cure for dementia than we were a decade ago, and therefore funding should be switched to researching care and support.” True or false?

CLICK HERE to read what this month’s panel told us…

Back issue copies of the “JDC Asks” articles are available from here

Sample Articles


LGBT and dementia: what do we know?

LGBT people’s needs are often overlooked in dementia care. Sarah Monks and Angie Shaw explain the problem and one way to solve it

From the November/December 2017 issue

CLICK HERE to read the full article…

Sample articles from past issues of the JDC are also available from here


Blogs I’m Watching

Click the link to read a sample post ‘Blogs I’m Watching’ by JDC editor Mark Ivory

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