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Living with Dementia

Around 850,000 people, most of whom are aged 50 or over, are living with dementia in the UK, and Alzheimer's UK predicts that this figure will rise to 1 million people by 2025. Of these, around a third are currently living in residential care settings.

Source: Age UK

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