We are halfway through Mental Health Awareness Week and today's topic has been dementia.
Around 800,000 people are diagnosed with dementia in the UK. It's a condition which affects the brain, making it harder to remember things or think as clearly as before.
It was thought that dementia was just part of the ageing process, but attitudes are now changing.
In the latest of our special reports this week, Lori Carnochan looks at how families deal with the diagnosis, and why seeking legal advice is just as important as medical advice.
For our final day of Mental Health Awareness Week, we're looking at how mental health problems of a loved one affect friends and family.
For day three of Mental Health Awareness Week we are looking at dementia. We found out how it affects people's lives.
The symptoms of dementia can often be unnoticed at the start. Early diagnosis and finding the right support is important.