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A specialist welfare advice and advocacy service for people with early onset dementia

07 July 2015

Mental Health Practice

Art & Science

Background UK prevalence of early onset dementia is increasing. Previous research has highlighted significant social welfare and wellbeing concerns for this group....

Young-onset dementia: meeting the information needs of carers

16 April 2019

Mental Health Practice

evidence and practice

Increased awareness of dementia is associated with its rising prevalence in an ageing population. Young-onset dementia (YOD) is diagnosed when symptoms occur under...

Diagnosis and support for younger people with dementia

22 July 2015

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

There is a lack of recognition by staff working in healthcare and social services that people under the age of 65 can develop dementia, according to families...

Supporting the carers of people with dementia

17 December 2018

Nursing Standard

evidence and practice

Dementia is a progressive neurological syndrome. Because of its complexity and longevity, dementia can have a negative effect on the health of informal carers,...

Supporting the carers of people with dementia

04 January 2019

Nursing Standard

evidence and practice

Dementia is a progressive neurological syndrome. Because of its complexity and longevity, dementia can have a negative effect on the health of informal carers,...