Dementia care provides specialist support to those who are suffering with dementia and require some extra assistance.
The decision to begin using care services is often driven from necessity, below are some useful articles about dementia & alzheimer's.
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No, this is not a silly question. Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia accounting for 62% of all dementia diagnoses.
There are over 400 different types of dementia, however, you can read about the 5 most common types in this article.
For some elderly people, going through the process of diagnosing dementia is not necessary. For others, a firm diagnosis is helpful & gives a name to everything they are experiencing.
Spontaneous trips out may be a thing of the past but there are dementia cafes, English Heritage sites and museums which are making every effort to be dementia-friendly.
It is important that as we age our levels of socialisation don’t diminish in order to prevent loneliness occurring, and this is especially true for those living with dementia.
Research has shown that music has multiple benefits for both those who are suffering from dementia and their family, friends & Carers.
Live Better With Dementia is an online platform designed to make everyday living that little bit easier for the millions of people worldwide who are living with dementia or caring for someone with dementia.
Purple Alert is a free app which is helping to trace those living with dementia who are prone to wandering in Scotland. The main aim of the app is to keep people who have dementia in the community safe.
Dementia Adventure is supporting families with 'dementia-friendly' holidays. Holiday goers only need fund 1/3 of the cost with the rest covered by The People's Postcode Lottery.
MindforYou Supported Holidays make what may seem like the impossible, possible! They offer holidays all year round in a variety of beautiful locations such as the Cotswolds and the Peak District.
People living with dementia often become confused and disorientated in their surroundings which can cause them to wander and find themselves lost.
Below are some of the most popular locations for nursing, residential, home and live-in care support, click to find out more about the support offered in these areas.
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