It's World Alzheimer’s Month throughout September, and with events happening all month here's a useful page of blogs and videos. You'll find plenty of tips and knowledge to help people with Alzheimer's and dementia, and their families.
Alzheimer’s affects over 850,000 of us, so we could all benefit from knowing a bit more. We’re always looking for caring people, who’ll get expert training in dementia and much more. Want to know more? Text HomeInstead to 07786 200690 or call 03301 755102.
What’s the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's?
Today, more than 850,000 people in the UK are living with dementia, including over 520,000 with Alzheimer’s disease. Not everybody knows that the two terms are far from being interchangeable. Read on to find out more about the main differences.
What is Alzheimer's and Dementia Care?
The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, but what are the care options if you are concerned about the signs of Alzheimer’s or dementia?
Early warning signs of dementia to look for in the elderly
Are you worried that you or a loved one might be developing dementia? Find out more about how to recognise the warning signs of dementia. An early diagnosis will allow you to access the right treatments and to better plan for the future.
Globally, Home Instead is dedicated to raising awareness of dementia which affects 55 million people worldwide. So we’re thrilled to be joined by our US colleague Dr Lakelyn Hogan who shares some useful tips to live well with dementia.