Join the experts on 10th Dec to learn how you can combat loneliness. Over 9 million people in the UK say they feel lonely always or often.

Sadly, we all get lonely from time to time, and social distancing and the need to self-isolate compound these feelings. People affected by dementia have a higher risk of being socially isolated and lonely as do their carers. 

Research shows loneliness and social isolation is today one of the biggest health and social care challenges and studies have found it can increase your risk of developing dementia.

Loneliness is a very personal experience which can happen whether we live alone or surrounded by others.  The key to combatting these feelings is through a deeper understanding of the different types of loneliness and the best strategies we can use to combat it.


Andy Nazer, Campaign to End Loneliness

Professor Stephen Lisney, Chair of Trustees, BRACE Dementia Research

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