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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This article covers a lot of important questions about dementia and dispels some myths. It will leave you feeling more confident in your ability to deal with this illness and care for yourself and your loved ones.
Learn how artificial intelligence is improving the potential of care through its role in dementia diagnosis, progression, and at-home treatment.
No, this is not a silly question. Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia accounting for 62% of all dementia diagnoses.
Read this informative article to find out more information about the common types of dementia and how to spot the early signs of it!
To support Dementia Action Week 2021, care homes across the country arranged lots of wonderful events for their residents! Find out what our Partners got up to...
Find out how innovative company, Jelly Drops, are helping those with dementia increase their water-intake with their colourful water sweets.
Scientists have determined that some mental exercises can help to slow down the progression of dementia. Read this article for 5 great activity ideas!
To help support Alzheimer's caregivers, we have collected 8 of the best books that answer essential questions, give practical advice on caregiving, and give tips on taking care of yourself too.
Caring for someone living with dementia can be challenging, let alone during a pandemic. Find out 3 top tips to help you cope.
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.
This article will share information on what to expect of your loved one's cognitive ability at each of the 7 stages of dementia.
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