Dementia Dogs: barking up the right tree

Dementia Dogs: barking up the right tree

Sometimes there is such a lovely, heartwarming news connected to dementia that you just have to share that good news. Dementia Dogs is one such story. A collaboration between Alzheimer Scotland and Dogs for Good, the Scottish scheme places highly trained assistance...
The 36 Hour Day by Nancy L Mace and  Peter V Rabins

The 36 Hour Day by Nancy L Mace and  Peter V Rabins

Described as the definitive guide to dementia care, The 36 Hour Day provides a helpful resource to anybody caring for someone with dementia in the home. Now in its 6th edition, with updated research and figures, the book gives a practical guide to coping with all...
Keeping someone positive when they have dementia

Keeping someone positive when they have dementia

Positivity is an incredibly powerful thing. In the present circumstances it may be hard to find the positive in life but for that very reason we need to try harder than ever. Although positivity can’t change our current situation, cure dementia or ease its symptoms, a...
Eight Great Dementia Products That Can Make Life Easier

Eight Great Dementia Products That Can Make Life Easier

A diagnosis of dementia means finding new, adapted and often innovative ways to support everyday living.  This is even more of a challenge during this time of isolation so we have compiled a list and some great products, from low-key to high-tech, that can help make...
DIY beauty during lockdown

DIY beauty during lockdown

It has been quite a long time since any of us has been lucky enough to enjoy the luxury of a professional hair cut or beauty treatment thanks to lockdown. The days of any self luxury seem very dim and distant but that doesn’t stop hair or nails from growing! There are...