Dementia Collection : Information section

Coping with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) by Mary Jordan

Adults are being increasingly diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). This book provides strategies to help slow the onset of the condition. Around 50% of adults with MCI go on to develop dementia, but research shows that self-help through early intervention and preventative measures can hugely slow this down.

FAQs on Dementia by Tom Russ and Michael Huddleston

You left the doctor’s surgery before you could ask the things you really wanted to know. You have so many questions, but no idea where to start finding the answers. In this book you’ll find the definitive, expert responses to all your FAQs: On Dementia.

What You Really Want to Know About Life with Dementia by Karen Harrison Dening, Hilda Hayo and Christine Reddall

Supporting families and carers in their day-to-day life with dementia, this unique resource combines real stories from families with expert responses and advice for specific issues and concerns.

Why Dementia Makes Communication Difficult by Alison Wray

Dementia brings many challenges, not least its ability to disrupt effective communication. As well as considering why communication goes wrong in day-to-day conversations, the chapters offer advice on dealing with awkward moments, the question of deception, and the things we can and can’t control in dementia.

The Practical Handbook of Living with Dementia by Richard Coaten, Mark Hopfenbeck and Isla Parker

This wide-ranging book takes a person-centred approach to supporting the person and their families/carers to live with dementia and challenge the stigma attached to the condition.

The Memory Activity Book by Helen Lambert

Slow and delay the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, from memory loss to disorientation, with this practical activity book. Each activity contains hints and tips that include ways to adapt the various physical exercises, games, and craft projects for different abilities, or to include family and friends.