We take a look at what's been going on in the world of Unforgettable over the past week.

Julia’s dementia story: ‘I feel blessed to have been on the journey with Dad’

Julia Shaw shares her experience of caring for her dad Don who was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 81. He died in October 2015, aged 85.

Click here to read her story.

Losing navigation skills could be an early sign of dementia

A cognitive mapping test to check for ‘pre-clinical’ signs of dementia could help earlier diagnosis, claims a study.

Find out more here.

Founder James Ashwell is featured in latest issue of Caring Magazine

We're really excited that the publication for charity Carers UK has done an interview with James on caring for his mum and setting up Unforgettable™.

Click here to find out more and read his interview.

What is the link between rosacea and dementia?

The skin condition which causes ruddy, red cheeks could be connected with an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, claim researchers.

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Are we really dementia friendly?

Scent expert and carer Linda Harman shares her experiences of meeting the Dementia Alliance - a group of people living with dementia who are determined to prove what they CAN do, not what they can’t…

Click here to read her blog.