What is dementia, what are the early signs and why a timely medical diagnosis is important.
Caring for someone with a specific condition (Dementia)
What are the early signs of dementia and the techniques used to diagnose dementia and the importance of an early and correct diagnosis.
Why it's important to take a break from caring, how to organise it and who can help.
How to talk to the person with dementia about their diagnosis and some practical ways to talk about the diagnosis with the person with dementia.
It is very important that families and carers look after themselves while they are caring for someone with dementia.
Many men find themselves caring for someone with dementia. Most of these men are caring for their wives, although male carers can also include sons, brothers and friends.
While most people live with a partner or in some type of family situation, increasingly many people live alone.
When a person with dementia dies, their family and carers often experience a range of feelings.
If you have been diagnosed with dementia and you are working, here are some suggestions for making decisions about changes in your work life.
Residential care is available for people with dementia - here's what to look for and some practical suggestions for making the move.