Dementia Together magazine - Dec 2021/Jan 2022


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Apr 29, 2014
Dementia Together magazine features the latest news, features, tips and advice for carers and people with dementia, book reviews, updates on dementia research and articles highlighting good practice in dementia care, plus readers' letters.


Here are a few of the articles from this month:

Living with Alzheimer's as well as alcohol-related brain damage
Despite his difficult past and many health issues including Korsakoff’s syndrome, Dave Gibbons is focused on a more positive future

The importance of person-centred dementia care that embraces someone's culture
Faith Walker has witnessed the best and worst of care while supporting her mother, and she’s passionate about never losing sight of the person with dementia

Drawing on real-life experiences of dementia to design research
Everyone benefits when dementia research is based on people’s lived experiences, and more projects are being designed and developed in true collaboration

Miniature donkeys offer joy and engagement for care home residents with dementia
Minidonks is a social enterprise that's creating some delightful moments

Managing life with dementia and the impact of daytime sleepiness
Jim Herrick in Cambridge, aged 77, tells us how Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia are affecting his day-to-day life

You can read the rest of the articles or download a copy here.


To receive your copy of each new magazine in the post, please visit the website page here or call 0330 333 0804 (Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm).

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What did you think of this month's articles? Were there any that you particularly enjoyed, or that you learned something from? The magazine team would love to hear your thoughts - you can either comment on this thread, or email

Thanks everyone :)

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