ALZHEIMERS FACT SHEETS

Fact sheets courtesy of the alzheimers society which is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Many of our 25,000 members have personal experience of dementia, as carers, health professionals or people with dementia themselves, and their experiences help to inform our work.

  1. Below you will find a list of useful information based fact sheets based on the subject of ALZHEIMERS.
  2. The fact sheets are produced by various agencies and charitable organisations with a vast array of authors.
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Adaptations, improvements and repairs to the home[pdf]
 Advance decision[pdf]
 After a diagnosis[pdf]
Aluminium and Alzheimer’s disease[pdf]
Am I at risk of developing dementia?[pdf]
Assessments for NHS-funded nursing care[pdf]
Assistive technology[pdf]
Benefits
[pdf]
Benefits rates and income/savings thresholds[pdf]
Brain tissue donations[pdf]
Care on a hospital ward[pdf]
Carers: looking after yourself
[pdf]
Choices in care[pdf]
Communicating[pdf]
Community care assessment[pdf]
Complementary and alternative medicine and dementia
[pdf]
Coping with incontinence[pdf]
Coping with memory loss[pdf]
Council tax[pdf]
Counselling: how can it help?[pdf]
Dealing with aggressive behaviour
[pdf]
Dealing with guilt[pdf]
Dementia and children or young people[pdf]
Dementia: drugs used to relieve depression and behavioural symptoms[pdf]
Dental care and dementia
[pdf]
Depression[pdf]
Diagnosis and assessment[pdf]
Direct payments[pdf]
Dressing
[pdf]
Driving and dementia[pdf]
Drug treatments for Alzheimer’s disease[pdf]
Eating[pdf]
Enduring power of attorney and lasting powers of attorney[pdf]
Equipment to help with disability
[pdf]
Festivals, holidays and celebrations[pdf]
Financial and legal affairs[pdf]
Frequently asked legal questions
[pdf]
Genetics and dementia[pdf]
Grief and bereavement
[pdf]
Hallucinations and delusions[pdf]
Hospital discharge[pdf]
How health and social care professionals can help
[pdf]
How the GP can help[pdf]
Keeping active and staying involved[pdf]
Later stages of dementia
[pdf]
Learning disabilities and dementia[pdf]
Living alone[pdf]
Maintaining everyday skills[pdf]
Mental Capacity Act 2005[pdf]
Mild cognitive impairment
[pdf]
Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE)[pdf]
Moving and walking about
[pdf]
Paying care home fees[pdf]
Pressure sores[pdf]
 Progression of dementia[pdf]
Rarer causes of dementia[pdf]
Respite care
[pdf]
Safety at home[pdf]
Selecting a care home[pdf]
Sex and dementia[pdf]
Staying healthy[pdf]
The brain and behaviour
[pdf]
The Mental Health Act 2007 and guardianship[pdf]
Travelling and going on holiday[pdf]
Understanding and respecting the person with dementia[pdf]
Unusual behaviour[pdf]
Voluntary organisations[pdf]
Volunteering for research into dementia
[pdf]
Washing and bathing[pdf]
What if I have dementia?[pdf]
What is Alzheimer’s disease?[pdf]
What is Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD)?[pdf]
What is dementia?[pdf]
What is dementia with Lewy bodies?[pdf]
What is Fronto-temporal dementia (including Pick’s disease)?[pdf]
What is HIV-related cognitive impairment?[pdf]
What is Korsakoff’s syndrome?[pdf]
What is vascular dementia?[pdf]
What standards of care can people expect from a care home?[pdf]
When does the local authority pay for care?[pdf]
Younger people with dementia [pdf]
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