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My loved one has dementia

As a friend or family member of someone living with dementia, you support your loved one in various daily activities. These range from personal care to managing their medical appointments. Learning about dementia progression and resources available ensures that both you and your loved one get the support needed. Remember that you are not alone.
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A Guide to Setting Up a Trust for Persons with Dementia

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Books for Your Journey with Dementia

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Tips for Managing Disinhibited Behaviours

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Meeting Centre Support Programme

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When to Consider Moving into a Nursing Home

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5 Effective Tea Blends for Caregivers’ Stress and Sleep Relief

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Pilot Test for Carebuddy Mobile Application

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Book Recommendations for Dementia Caregivers

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Vascular Dementia

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Location-tracking Technology in Dementia Caregiving

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10 Ideas for Outdoor Monitoring

Steven & Lai Quen Voices for Hope Dementia Advocates
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The Power of Self-advocates in Dementia

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How is Dementia Diagnosed?

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Supporting Persons with Dementia to Vote

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Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD)

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My Loved One Refuses to Get a Diagnosis – What Can I Do?

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Mind-Body Wellness Programmes

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Tips to Improve the Shower and Bath Experience

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Nutrition & Hydration Needs for Persons Living with Dementia

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Museum Activities for Persons Living with Dementia

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Night Respite Service for Caregivers

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Tips for Communicating with Persons Living with Dementia

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Preparing for Doctor’s Visit

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Swallowing Difficulties and Soft Diets

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Anticipatory Grief

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CARA: A Pioneering Membership Programme

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Applying the K.I.N.D Gesture & C.A.R.E Approach

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Undernutrition & Weight Loss

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Reminiscence Arts

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Why Do Behavioural Changes Happen?

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Palliative Care

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Making a Will

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Reminiscence Activities for Persons with Dementia

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Caregiving Through the Stages of Dementia

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Looking after Yourself

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Caregiver Training and Courses

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Dementia and Driving Safety

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Advance Care Planning

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Making Festive Celebrations Dementia-Friendly

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Deputyship

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K.I.N.D. Gesture and C.A.R.E. Approach

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Tips on Taking Public Transport for Persons with Dementia

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Talking to Children about Dementia

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Providing Namaste Care at Home

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Improving Eating Environment & Appetite

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Financial Schemes

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Making Your Home Dementia-Friendly

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Interest-based Activities for Caregivers

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Advance Medical Directive

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Lasting Power of Attorney

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Encouraging My Loved One to Accept Their Condition

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Tips to Manage Dementia Medications

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Pharmacological Management of Dementia

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Treatments for Dementia

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Recreational Activities

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Physical Exercises

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Managing Urinary Incontinence

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Managing Constipation

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Additional Resources for Other Behaviour Changes

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Managing Wandering Behaviour

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Managing Sundowning

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Mealtime Behaviours

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Managing Agitation & Aggression

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Helping Your Loved One Who Lives Alone

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Supporting Activities of Daily Living

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Designing a Daily Routine

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Sharing Caregiving Responsibilities: Gathering the Family

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Dementia Progression & Behaviour Changes

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Services for Caregivers

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Managing Grief & Loss

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Taking a Breather

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Dealing With Caregiver Stress

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Managing Negative Emotions

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Different Types of Dementia

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Is It Dementia or Other Conditions?

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Debunking Myths About Dementia

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What Is Dementia?

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What is Person-Centred Care?

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9 Differences Between Normal Ageing & Dementia

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Dementia Signs & Symptoms

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Benefits of Getting a Dementia Diagnosis

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ABCDs of Dementia Progression

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Where to Get a Diagnosis?

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Starting a Conversation About Diagnosis

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Who Can Diagnose Dementia?

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