Tag Archives: Advice and Information

Suppose I Lose It: An Update by Joan Bakewell (BBC Radio 4)

Summary Joan Bakewell, today on BBC Radio 4, explored the subject of dementia, how dementia affects people and their families, the importance of early diagnosis, various aspects of person-centered care, the services available post-diagnosis, and the importance of dementia-friendly communities. … Continue reading

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Patient Choice: The NHS Choice Framework (Department of Health)

Summary The NHS Choice Framework clarifies patients’ rights about their choices / options regarding their healthcare, including how / where to find information to help them choose, and how to complain when choices are not available. Full Text Link Reference … Continue reading

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Helpline Advice to Assist Recognising Early Signs of Dementia (BBC News / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary The Alzheimer’s Society is offering telephone advice and assistance for the public, regarding better recognition of certain early signs of dementia in a family members. Full Text Link Reference Roberts, M. (2015). How to spot dementia in a loved … Continue reading

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Women and Dementia (Alzheimer’s Disease International / GADAA)

Summary This year’s Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) World Alzheimer Report is a thorough international review of the disproportionate impact of dementia on women. It examines three aspects of the differential effect of gender on: Women living with dementia. Women caring … Continue reading

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Living With Dementia: Practical, Legal and Financial Considerations (Laker Legal Solicitors / Wright Hassall LLP)

Summary Coinciding with Dementia Awareness Week (May 17th – 23rd 2015), Laker Legal have commissioned an infographic explaining the practical, financial and legal considerations for people who have recently received a dementia diagnosis (and for the consideration of their loved … Continue reading

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