The year 2004 marks the 25th anniversary of the Alzheimer’s Society

25th Anniversary - people with dementia and childrenTwenty-five years ago, most people weren’t even aware that Alzheimer’s disease existed. People whose lives were affected by dementia faced an uphill struggle to get any kind of support, information or understanding.

Although the need for support and advice is as strong now as ever, and although we have many battles left to fight, we believe that it is important to pause for a moment and remember how much has been achieved.

The Society has been able to offer practical and emotional help to millions over the years, and the support it has received from the public has enabled it to fund life-changing research projects.

25 years of working with people with dementia and their carers
Find out how the Society has helped to change people's lives
Go toIt makes you think
Go toThe way we were
Go toMilestones and memories
Go toWhat the Society means to me

Get involved
Help us to celebrate the last 25 years and continue to make a difference in the next 25 years
Go toChallenges ahead
Go toWhat's on in 2004
Go toMemory Walk


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