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Caring for someone with dementia - a practical guide to help you


Maximum Order: 30

Series : Health and wellbeing

Published : June 2015
Page Length : 47
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Age UK (formerly Age Concern and Help The Aged)

This guide will be helpful for a carer who is looking after someone with dementia. This booklet provides information and advice from getting a referral to a memory clinic, through talking to family and friends about the diagnosis, joining a carers' group and more. While everyone's experience of dementia is different, being prepared can help both the carer and person with dementia to manage better, now and in the future.