A number of new learning resources are available via the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), Social Care TV service.
- Living with young onset dementia (Released 10/05/2011). This film highlights the experiences of younger people diagnosed and living with dementia.
- Dementia and end of life care (Released 10/05/2011). This film looks at supporting people with dementia to die well, where and how they (and their families) wish.
- Participation in dementia care planning (Released 10/05/2011). This film shows the importance of the roles that people with dementia and their carers can themselves play in shaping dementia services.
- Rapidly declining early-onset dementia: living at home with nursing support
(Released 22/10/2009). This film covers the impact of early onset dementia, and
illustrates the value of skilled, knowledgeable support for carers.
- Late-onset dementia: early diagnosis and drug treatment (Released 22/10/2009). This film presents a case study illustrating the positive effects of an early diagnosis of dementia.
- Living in a care home: a positive outcome for a person with dementia (Released 22/10/2009). This film illustrates how a woman with dementia copes with moving into a care home.
- The causes of dementia (Released 22/10/2009). This film presents key facts
about dementia and how changes taking place in the brain influence behaviour.
- Providing care at home for people with dementia (Released 22/10/2009). This film presents a case study illustrating the challenges involved in providing care at home for people with dementia. It shows the positive benefits for people receiving such support.
Read more / view the movies: Dementia-Related Films on SCIE Social Care TV.