Dementia Reading Well Books on Prescription

Reading Well Books on Prescription for dementia recommends books you might find helpful if you have dementia, are caring for someone with dementia or want to find out more about the condition. The books are free to reserve and are available to borrow for up to 6 weeks.
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Meet Jack - an older man with dementia. Jack invites readers to learn about dementia from his perspective, helping them to understand the challenges faced by someone with dementia and the changes it causes to memory, communication and behaviour

Jude Welton - Can I Tell You About Dementia? A guide for family, friends and carers

Pictures to Share series.

Lovely pictures in these age appropriate books created purposefully for those with dementia. Tested and researched before publication.

Pictures to Share series.

Pictures to Share series.

Pictures to Share series.

Shopping in Pictures (Pictures to Share) by Helen Bate…

Pictures to Share series.

Pictures to Share series.

This large format book is designed for people with Alzheimer's Disease or other conditions that cause dementia. The high quality images and short texts make it ideal for sharing with family and carers. It will appeal to those who have an interest in traditional British proverbs and sayings

This large format book is designed for people with Alzheimer's Disease or other conditions that cause dementia. The high quality images and short texts make it ideal for sharing with family and carers. It will appeal to those who have an interest in traditional British proverbs and sayings

Moving, highly topical memoir. The story of a family hit by a double dose of dementia. Mum gets Alzheimer's, Dad vascular dementia. Focus is on relationships: what happens to them as a couple, as parents. And on the family's emotional journey. Depicts dementia as a phase of life lived by both sufferers and carers

Dementia Books: But Then Something Happened: A Story of Everyday Dementia by Chris Carling

This guide is specifically designed for dementia carers with English as a second language. It is a concise compendium of current thinking on person-centred dementia care that features a sample vocabulary and sentences ideal for working specifically with dementia patients

The reflective educator's guide to classroom research : learning to teach and teaching to learn through practitioner inquiry - Fichtman Dana, Nancy - plaats

100 ideas for a creative approach to activities in dementia care is a visually exciting and easy to use activity manual for caregivers and relatives

Sarah Zoutewelle-Morris - Chocolate Rain: 100 Ideas for a Creative Approach to Activities in Dementia Care

If you are affected by dementia this book is for you. You may know or care for someone with dementia or you may have been recently diagnosed yourself. Whoever you are, confusion not only affects the person with the condition. Carers, family members and friends are all bewildered and confused by what is happening to the person they know.

Alzheimer's and Other Dementias by Dr Alex Bailey was Highly Commended at The BMA Medical Book Awards. Published by Class Health.

This book is not about the past, which has gone. Or the future, which is uncertain. But it is for those who want to improve the lives of people with dementia and themselves in the Here and Now. The book is not written by an expert but by a man seeking to find new approaches concerning dementia who wishes to share his discoveries.

Dementia Positive: A Handbook Based on Lived Experiences: for Everyone Wishing to Improve the Lives of Those With.

Oscar loves Grandma, and their time together is always lots of fun. As she becomes less able to look after herself, she has to go into a care home. More and more children are encountering dementia and its effects on their families. This touching story, told in Oscar's own words, is a positive and practical tale about the experience. The factual page about dementia helps children talk about their feelings and find new ways to enjoy the changing relationship.

More and more children are encountering dementia and its effects on their families. This touching story for children, told in Oscar's own words, is a positive and practical tale about the experience

Christine Bryden was a top civil servant and single mother of three children when she was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 46. Since then she has gone on to challenge almost every stereotype of people with dementia by campaigning for self-advocacy, writing articles and speaking at national conferences.

Dancing with Dementia: My Story of Living Positively with Dementia by Christine Bryden

easy-to-read guide for carers living with people with dementia. It provides simple, practical solutions to the everyday problems family carers can face when looking after a person with dementia.

easy-to-read guide for carers living with people with dementia. It provides simple, practical solutions to the everyday problems family carers can face when looking after a person with dementia.

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