Three Patient Information Leaflets from Parkinson’s UK (Parkinson’s UK)

Summary

Three further briefings, tailored specifically to the information needs of patients, families and carers, have been produced by the charity Parkinson’s UK.

Mild Memory Problems

This briefing offers insights into the symptoms of mild cognitive impairment and offers practical suggestions to help cope with mild memory problems.

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Reference

Mild memory problems. Patient information sheet. London: Parkinson’s UK, [September 2012] Updated January 2013.

Parkinson’s Dementia

This briefing offers insights into the condition, with information about: symptoms, treatments, and sources of support, advice and useful contacts.

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Reference

Parkinson’s Dementia. Patient information sheet. London: Parkinson’s UK, [June 2011] Updated June 2013.

Dementia with Lewy Bodies

This overview covers the causes and effects of dementia with Lewy bodies; information about symptoms; drugs to avoid; and sources of support, advice and useful contacts.

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Reference

Dementia with Lewy bodies. Patient information sheet. London: Parkinson’s UK, [May 2011] Updated May 2013.

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Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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