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Alison – the emotional impact of dementia on relationships

This is Alison’s Story. MacIntyre supports Alison. She has Down’s Syndrome and a diagnosis of dementia.

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Angela – the importance of post-diagnosis support

In this case study, Angela gives us a firstperson account of her life, detailing her family history, life with her husband, her interests and her healthcare,…

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Changed Behaviour

Changes in the person’s behaviour are one of the most recognised symptoms of any type of dementia. Learn how to recognise, reflect and respond.

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Dementia and Learning Disability

It is believed that by 2020 the number of people with a learning disability over the age of 65 years old will have doubled which means more people with…

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Dementia Friendly Environment

It is commonly understood that well-designed environments promote health and wellbeing for everyone.

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Dementia Statements - Easy Read

This booklet presents 5 statements relating to Dementia in Easy Read format.

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Getting a timely diagnosis of dementia

The reason a diagnosis is described as ‘timely’ rather than ‘early’ is because early can sometimes be so early that it is extremely difficult to accurately…

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Hot Tips and Ideas for Supporting Families of People with a Learning Disability and Dementia

This booklet is designed to help you and your team when working and liaising with the families and friends of the people you support.

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Hot Tips for activities - a starting point

This toolkit will give you practical ideas on activities, memory boxes, reminiscing and lots more.

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Hot Tips for safer eating and drinking

This booklet is designed to help you and your team to support people with safer swallowing and to identify people who have or present eating and swallowing…

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