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Don’t worry about the long-term future

Anyone caring for a loved one with dementia will know that it’s easy to worry constantly about the present and the future. When I...

Helping children to cope with dementia

Explaining dementia to children can be hard and of course it depends on the age of the child. These tips may help you to...

Dementia friendly holidays

At this time of year you’re probably being bombarded with adverts for cut-price holidays, which can be disheartening if you feel like being a...

How to make daily life easier for a person living with...

There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over one million by 2025. As numbers increase, it’s clear...

Spotting signs of dehydration in the elderly

Dehydration can be an issue for the elderly. According to research conducted at the University of East Anglia, one in five people living in...

Easy ways to manage nutrition habits of your loved one

Nutrition is also a key part of health and wellbeing, but it can be a challenge to ensure the person is eating a balanced...

Moving more may reduce dementia risk

Moving more in old age may protect brain from dementia - Alzheimer's Society comments.  A study by Rush University Medical Centre, published today in Neurology, suggests that older...

Eight essential facts for dementia carers

Are you getting all of the financial help and support you're entitled to? Is your loved one having regular health checks? These and more...

Eight things to understand about dementia

A person with dementia may not recognise people they know or struggle to identify objects when their sight is perfectly fine. This is...

Six important facts about dementia

Dementia affects more than just memory. A person’s mood and emotional wellbeing can be affected. A person with dementia can experience sudden changes in...

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