Staying Out of Hospital When You Have Dementia

Staying Out of Hospital When You Have Dementia

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  • Explains the common causes for admission to hospital
  • How to, spot, prevent and manage common causes
  • Written by D. Wilde, dementia occupational therapist

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This unique guide will help you understand what you can do to reduce the risk of a loved one with dementia being admitted to hospital.

  • Reveals the six commonest causes for hospital admissions
  • Gives expert tips and advice to keep your loved one safe and healthy

  • Whether you’re dealing with ill health right now, or just want to know more about the warning signs, you’ll find all the essential information you need.

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    Written by Danielle Wilde, a leading Occupational Therapist with 10 years’ experience working in dementia care and neurology. Danielle led the Health Foundation project, targeting avoidable admissions for patients with dementia in hospital. The project achieved excellent outcomes and has been cited as an example of best practice by NHS England.

    James, founder of Unforgettable explains his passion for this topic:

    'Mum was one of the lucky ones. During her dementia journey she was only admitted to hospital once, but I know many others aren’t quite so fortunate. Being away from home can be very confusing for a person with dementia. It’s very upsetting for their family, too.

    That's why I'm delighted that Danielle has shared her deep and extensive knowledge with us to create this book. We hope that it helps you feel better equipped to keep the person that you love safe, healthy and away from the hospital for as long as possible. I wish I had access to this when I was caring for my mum.'


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    Feefo Reviews - Average 100% (6 reviews)

    Date Score Customer Comment
    12-Nov-2018 Product:

    Very helpful informative book and an important subject.
    09-Sep-2018 Product:

    Good Practical Guide although clearly OT orientated by language used. Use of more common everyday language wold be better
    28-May-2018 Product:

    Really useful in knowing what steps to take to monitor Mums wellbeing and to try to keep her out of hospital
    03-May-2018 Product:

    Informative, not too long, useful for anyone who has a relative who has been diagnosed with dementia.
    12-Mar-2018 Product:

    As with the other books, very informative and helpful
    17-Oct-2017 Product:

    Another fabulous little guide from a wonderful website. Clear and useful. So good in fact that I have given the copy I bought to a relative so am just about to buy another!!
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