Sheffield Dementia Information Pack (University of Sheffield)

[A brief reference to this item appears in: Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 3 Issue 3, October 2012].

Summary

The Sheffield Dementia Information Pack has been produced by the School of Nursing and Midwifery and SISA at the University of Sheffield.

The Sheffield Dementia Information Pack offers guidance:

  • Suggestions for people worried about worsening memory.
  • What to do next, and how to get a diagnosis.
  • How to live well following a dementia diagnosis.
  • Sources of information, support and advice for relatives and carers (much of this being locally-specific to the Sheffield area).

Read more: Launch of the Sheffield Dementia Information Pack (Department of Health, Dementia).

Full Text Link

Reference

Reid, D. Warnes, T. and Low, L. (2012). Sheffield Dementia Information Pack: an introductory guide to sources of assessment, advice and support for people with memory problems, dementia and their families. Sheffield: University of Sheffield, September 2012.

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