- People with dementia say they rely on relatives and friends for social contact with almost a quarter (21%) of sufferers speaking to friends and family on the telephone less than once a month
- Only 28% of people in Wales thought it was possible for someone with dementia to live alone
- Twelve percent of people in Wales said they felt uncomfortable talking to someone with dementia
- Nearly two thirds (62%) of 250,000 people with dementia who live on their own are lonely
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