Grief has been described as a hidden yet constant companion of dementia. This workshop will explore the unique losses and grief associated with dementia and what can help both the person living with dementia, their family, and carers to cope. Ambiguous loss, anticipatory loss, and disenfranchised grief, which are commonly encountered as part of the dementia experience and the impact of each on the person living with dementia, their family, and carers will be examined. Various supports and approaches that can help people to cope with these challenging losses will also be considered. The workshop will be experiential in nature using multi-media, group work techniques and mindfulness.