For all who work with people with dementia


Writing for the AJDC

Do you have a project or survey to report, or a change in practice organisation or structure which has worked well (or not), and would you like to share this experience with others?

We welcome contributions of this kind, as well as bright ideas for improving the environment or well-being of people with dementia. Letters to the editor responding to articles in AJDC – or contributing on other matters – are always welcome.

Contact the Executive Editor Professor Richard Fleming, email:

We welcome contributions from those who have never written before as much as from experienced writers, and our editorial team is happy to support contributors in the writing process.


Submit your article to the AJDC by filling in the our submission form (right) or email Kerry Schelks:


This form allows you to send articles and queries to the AJDC. You can attach your files and email them to the editor. Submission is not guarantee of acceptance.
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