Dementia Collection: for Carers

Dementia Essentials: How to guide a loved one through Alzheimer’s or Dementia and provide the best care by Jan Hall

Offers a realistic and reassuring guide to help you and the person affected navigate the complexities of dementia and Alzheimer’s, and face anything that these conditions might place your way. Written by real carers with first-hand experience, this book is updated with the latest research coupled with essential advice, personal insights and helpful strategies:

How to Help Someone with Dementia by Dr Michelle Hamill and Dr Martina McCarthy

This is an incredibly supportive, compassionate and practical guide for those caring for a relative living with dementia. This book provides insights and ideas to improve quality of life for both you and your loved one, drawing on the experiences of people who are caring for a person with dementia.

United: Caring for our loved ones living with dementia by Gina Awad

A moving and beautifully illustrated book that captures the real life tales of people living with dementia, as told by their loved ones caring for them. The stories reflect on the impact of receiving a diagnosis, the importance of person-centred care and social inclusion, the power of meaningful engagement, partnerships, peer support and much, much more

Intellectual Disability and Dementia: A Guide for Families by Karen Watchman

Practitioners, managers and commissioners will find this to be an informative resource for developing person-centred provision for people with intellectual disabilities and dementia and their families.