Sharing the Evidence to Mobilise Action
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Dementia: A positive guide provides you with material gathered over time from practitioners, and carers, which draws on a wide range of ideas you can utilize as you ‘up skill’ and ‘empower’ family members and carers in their care giving role.
A research Review for Ireland's National Dementia Strategy
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Life for Caregivers after Placing a Relative in a Nursing Home
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The Priorities of Older People with a Cognitive Impairment
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A Guide for Family Caregivers to Placing a Relative with Dementia in a Nursing Home
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A Guide for People Worried about Memory and Cognitive Problems
or those recently Diagnosed with Dementia
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A Guide for Family Caregivers and Health Service Professionals
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Dementia Friendly Dwellings for People with Dementia, their families and Carers
We are delighted to announce that we have recently published a dementia resource manual for teachers and a workbook for students
called The Brain - from the Fantastic to the Forgetful. In addition we can offer the opportunity for online learning as the programme is now available in pdf format.
If you would like further information on this resource please contact Dearbhla O'Caheny on email@example.com or 01 4162105
Firefox users (Mac and PC) please download to your desktop or open using an alternative browser.
This dementia awareness booklet provides an opportunity for young people to learn about the brain, memory, brain health and dementia.
A Practical Home Guide to Daily Living for Family Members
Helpful information following a diagnosis of Dementia. This booklet covers medications for memory loss and lifestyle advice.
The booklet also explains Enduring Power of Attorney and gives some tips around managing personal finances.
Practical information and advice to all staff working in clinical settings caring for people who have a cognitive impairment, dementia or delirium.
Essential information for health and social care professionals providing post-diagnostic support for people with dementia and their families