The RAF Association is running training courses to help support members of the RAF community who are caring for someone living with dementia.
The largest survey of its kind by a national military charity will lead to life-changing support being offered to Armed Forces personnel caring for loved ones with dementia. The survey conducted by the RAF Association revealed the unique circumstances of military personnel battling to provide personal care for relatives from afar.
Volunteers are being sought to help develop an initiative to support serving RAF personnel who are caring for loved ones with dementia.
The Royal Air Forces Association is running a project to understand how support can be put in place for serving personnel who have relatives with Dementia. They have two potential services in mind.