Dementia Matters Coronavirus Hardship appeal resources In these uncertain times we at Dementia Matters will strive to keep services running so those that those that require our much-needed services are able to access them. As we move further into the unknown and the number of cases of Covid-19 increase across the UK we at Dementia Matters have made a commitment to try and keep our services accessible for as long as possible. Allowing those who need our support the most the chance to access our services at this worrying and confusing time Whereas many businesses are temporarily closing or asking staff to work from home we, and especially our front-line staff are staying at work to provide needed care to some of the most vulnerable. In addition, to keep services running we may require staff to work longer shifts or even live at the Bradbury Centre for a period. The cost of both keeping our services going and keeping those at-risk safe is huge on a small charity like ours and other cost burdens will increase. We are reaching out to the public in order to help us to keep making a difference to those who need our services and our support and our frontline staff who are undoubtabley going to be at risk. Its times such as these where we must stick together and help those who need it the most. By offering what you can as a donation you can help keep our much-needed services active so those with Dementia, their families and carers can still go about their lives in a normal way.