In order to improve its connections to the community, the Alzheimer's Society has made some changes to its website.
At the beginning of this month, the charity explained that it had been over 18 months since the organisation re-launched alzheimers.org.uk and while the new website had been a huge success, it was always mindful that changes could be made after several bouts of monitored user testing.
It continued: "Traffic is up and we are better placed to engage with new supporters who are coming to our website on the back of greater awareness; both of the organisation and of dementia as an important issue."
As such, the Alzheimer's Society is proud to upgrade to the latest version of its content management system and move servers as this will improve both the speed and quality of service which the utility provides to people living with the condition.
The financial cost of dementia to the UK now stands at over £17 billion a year, with family carers saving the UK over £6 billion a year.
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