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A Good doctor - Easy Read

This short document helps to facilitate a conversation about the signs by which to recognise a good doctor.

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Access to Health Care

People with a learning disability must be involved in all decisions about their health, and be in control over these choices however they face many barriers…

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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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Eating and Drinking - Wellbeing for Life

Developing dementia, and other health conditions like diabetes, can impact upon a person’s eating and drinking.

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Emotional Impact of Dementia - Wellbeing for Life

Of all the elements associated with dementia care and support, the emotional aspects are amongst the most challenging for the person with dementia and…

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Emotional impact of Dementia: supporting peers and friends - Wellbeing for Life

Dementia affects relationships because it creates uncertainty, produces symptoms that can be upsetting for everyone, and means that changes are happening…

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Five Ways to Wellbeing

The Five Ways to Wellbeing were created in 2008 after research completed by the New Economics Foundation. They are a set of evidence-based actions to…

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