A woman from Nottinghamshire, who was diagnosed with dementia aged 43, has been waitressing in a restaurant to show how people with the condition can still contribute to the workplace.
The Alzheimer's Society asked Shelley Sheppard to take up the challenge as part of Dementia Action Week.
Shelley worked front of house at the Pieminister restaurant over a busy Saturday lunchtime.
One person develops dementia in the UK every 3 minutes and in Nottinghamshire alone, there are 14,000 people living with the condition.
Despite that, research suggests two-thirds of people living with dementia report feeling isolated and lonely.