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If you're caring for a loved one with dementia, this guide is for you. It offers ideas from people who've been there too and ways to cope with every aspect of daily life. We know you're doing a great job, under very difficult circumstances, so let us help you.
We've done the hard work for you by providing everything you need to know about setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney. Our free guide cuts through the legal jargon with helpful information and advice.
No one wants to be admitted to hospital. But if you have dementia, a hospital stay isn’t only distressing, it can also lead to a rapid decline in overall health and wellbeing. So is there a way to avoid it? There’s lots you can do to prevent some of the most common causes of hospital admissions, download our free eBook to learn how to keep the person that you love safe, healthy and away from the hospital for as long as possible.
Whether you’re recently diagnosed, caring for someone or just want more information, educating yourself on dementia can be both useful and empowering. It’s why we’ve created this free taster version of our popular eBook, Dementia Explained. It features the first three chapters of the book and the full version will be available for download soon.
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Unforgettable has compiled this guide to sort the facts from the fiction. It provides you with all the essential information you need about types of dementia, diagnosis methods, treatments, prevention and life expectancy.
It's hard knowing what the right gift is at the best of times. Dementia may make it even harder to find the perfect gift. We are here to help. We have hand-picked a few of our most helpful and popular gift ideas.
If you’ve ever asked yourself one of these questions — and found it difficult to get an honest answer — this book is for you. Because while every dementia journey is different, knowing what could happen and how things are likely to progress can make life easier for everyone.