For someone who has learning disabilities and dementia, it is important to establish a philosophy of care to reduces the […]
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How to Spot Dementia
This is one of the most commonly asked questions on our website.
So congrats for coming to learn!
What is Roll Back Memory?
To better understand the difficulties that people with dementia experience in relation to their understanding of memory and who they […]
Learning Disability & Dementia Training – An Introduction.
In recent years there has been an increase in the conversation surrounding dementia. There are a number of possible factors […]
Happy New Year
Happy New Year! Wanted to wish you joy and laughter for the year ahead. To remember those we love and […]
The Bookcase – Memory & Emotions
Check out this link to an amazing 5 min video. The Bookcase Analogy – Alzheimer’s Society It explains how the memory […]
Base Line Assessment
Every person with a Learning Disability should have a base line assessment in their 30’s. This is a way of […]
Life Story Book
In order to help the person who has dementia a Life Story Book should be made. This is because the […]
Happy New Year 2015!
This year is about empowerment. The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time. […]
Find a day to relax and sit by the sea, it is good for the soul.
Hi there everyone. Did you know that 20 mins outdoors even when it is cloudy will boost your Vitamin D. […]
Watch out for those chairs!
Hi everyone. I was reminded today when I saw my sister sit in a chair that her legs did not […]
Is the person seemingly unsure when stepping from one room to another? Does the person lift their leg higher […]
Research Developments – Great News!
There are some wonderful advancements taking place all due the great research that is taking place today. This will continue […]
First Signs of Dementia
Thank you for your emails about what might be the first signs and what can we do to help. Firstly may […]
Too much Radio!
I went into a care home the other day to visit a friend. I noticed that there was a lady […]