Holidays - Dementia Adventure
Dementia Adventure offer holidays and short breaks for people living with dementia with their carers or families around them. They also offer consultancy and training services to care homes and other dementia services providers.
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Holidays - Dementia Timeout
A brand new social enterprise dedicated to providing high quality self-catering holidays and short breaks for people with dementia, their carers and families.
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Holmes Chapel Health
Holmes Chapel Health Centre
01477 533 100
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How would I know? What can I do?
How to help someone with dementia who is in pain or distress.
This leaflet aims to help anyone looking after someone with dementia to understand and help alleviate any pain or distress they might be suffering.
It gives tips on things to look out for, including patterns or changes in behaviour that may indicate when someone is experiencing discomfort. It includes advice for relieving pain and distress, including ways to spot problems before they become serious.
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Kiltearn Medical Centre - Nantwich
Kiltearn Medical Centre
Church View Primary Care Centre
Off Beam Street
T: 01270 610 200
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Lasting Powers of Attorney and Enduring Power of Attorney
People who lack mental capacity need someone else to manage their legal, financial and health affairs. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 made provision for people to choose someone to manage not only their finances and property should they become incapable but also to make health and welfare decisions on their behalf. They will be able to do this through a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). LPAs replaced Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPAs) in 2007, when the Mental Capacity Act came into force.
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LBD - Lewy Body Dementia
10 Things You Should Know about LBD
Understanding Lewy Body Dementias
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Lewy Body Dementia
Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB), also known as Lewy Body disease, is the second most frequent cause of age-related neurodegenerative dementia. At least 5% of people aged 85 + are thought to suffer from this little known but not uncommon and devastating disease. In the UK approximately 100,000 are thought to suffer DLB.
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The LifeBook is a free booklet where you write important and useful information about your life, from who insures your car to where you put the TV licence.
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