SCIE Dementia Gateway: Useful Dementia-Related Information Resources (SCIE)

Summary

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has produced, and maintains, an uptodate and impressively broad collection of links to dementia-related websites and information resources. A wide range of topics and themes in dementia care are covered, including:

Dementia-Friendly Environments

  1. Assistive Technology and Dementia.
  2. Dementia Friendly Communities.
  3. Housing and Dementia.
  4. Environment.

Living With Dementia

  1. Communicating Well.
  2. Difficult Situations.
  3. Diversity and Dementia.
  4. Eating Well for People with Dementia.
  5. Getting to Know the Person with Dementia.
  6. Keeping Active and Occupied.
  7. Learning Disabilities and Dementia.
  8. Making Decisions.
  9. Sensory Loss and Dementia.
  10. Working in Partnership with Carers.
  11. Younger People with Dementia.

Understanding Dementia

  1. Early Signs and Diagnosis.
  2. Support After Diagnosis.
  3. End of Life Care.
  4. Find Out More About Dementia.
  5. Who’s Doing Research on Dementia?
  6. Dementia and the Health and Social Care System: Key Reports.

Key Resources for Patients, Carers and Professionals

  1. People Living with Dementia.
  2. Carers of People Living with Dementia.
  3. Professionals Working with People Living with Dementia.

Read more: Dementia: useful links. SCIE Dementia Gateway.

Reference

Dementia: useful links. SCIE Dementia Gateway. London [Online]: Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), 2014.

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