on Dementia were asked in the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey in 2010 and 2014.
Questions on Informal Care were asked in the Northern Ireland
Life and Times Survey in 2004, 2006,
Questions on Informal Care were also included in the Grandparenting
and Family module of the
Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey in
on Social Care for Older People were
asked in the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey in 2010.
Ireland office of the Dementia
Services Development Centre provides education andtraining,
consultancy, library/information services and research that
aim to improve the lives of people with dementia, their carers
and families, with particular emphasis on provision within
Dementia Services in Northern Ireland - a regional strategy
was published by the Department of Health, Social Services and
Public Safety in November 2011.
- The Alzheimer's
Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve
the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England,
Wales and Northern Ireland. The site also provides information
types of dementia.
Northern Ireland is a membership organisation run by carers,
for carers across the whole of Northern Ireland. The website
includes reports on research, policy and practice.
Caring for Carers provides respite care for carers, carers
provide care for an elderly, frail, ill or disabled friend or
- The Belfast
Carers' Centre provides support and information for carers
across Greater Belfast.