Dementia Advocate and Public Speaker promoting understanding about dementia, wellbeing and support for carers.

I am completely devoted to improving the representation of dementia because I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to have the best life possible❤️

 

Public Speaker

I am an Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Friends champion and offer workshops and talks on dementia, wellbeing and support for carers at corporate organisations, charities and the public sector.

Blogger

I am a keen writer and use my knowledge on dementia and being a carer to create honest and informative blogs that I really hope will help people going through challenging times.

Podcaster

I am the host of the new podcast We Care with Rebecca Fuller. I started the podcast as a platform for carers to be able to share their experiences of caring for loved ones.

 

LATEST BLOGS

15 April, 2020

Here is a blog I wrote for Mobilise about caring for a parent from afar throughout COVID-19. I've shared some ideas that I hope will be useful for people with caring responsibilities. 

19 March, 2020

The wonderful carer's charity Carers Trust asked me to share my experience of caring for a parent so here I share my story and I hope it offers comfort to others in similar positions. 

5 February, 2020

One of the most common questions I get asked when I talk to people about dementia is “How can I reduce my risk of getting dementia?” - it’s a completely valid question! 

TESTIMONIALS

Nigel Baines

Rebecca's valuable work reminds us that in care homes across the country, real people with real emotions occupy those chairs. She really is a lighthouse beam in the deepest fog.

Nigel Baines
Author of Afloat
James Rann

Rebecca has such enthusiasm and compassion and by doing so has increased awareness and understanding for so many people.

James Rann
CEO, Warren's Law & Advocacy
Helen Thornley

Rebecca has a broad understanding of wider mental health issues and has provided me with some really useful advice on how to assist others who may be struggling with their mental health, so that I felt much better equipped to support someone who needed a listening ear.

Helen Thornley
Women's Rights Advocate