Living with younger onset dementia
This DVD has been produced for people living with younger onset dementia. Receiving a diagnosis of dementia at a young age can bring with it a range of different needs and issues. This DVD highlights the stories of six families who are living with younger onset dementia. It discusses their particular needs, the changes they have made, what has helped and how they live well with younger onset dementia.
Topics covered: Symptoms and diagnosis Changes in life Services and support Living well with dementia Ideas and strategies Looking ahead
Be with me today : a challenge to the Alzheimer's outsider DVD (2009) Richard Taylor was diagnosed with dementia, probably of the Alzheimer's type, when he was 58 years old. Now 66, Richard speaks to the public about living with the disease and sends out a challenge to the Alzheimer's outsider. This is the first DVD in a series of Richard's "TODAYs." Join Richard as he speaks from his heart, urging all of us to recognize that "THERE IS A PERSON IN THERE." It is a remarkable documentation of his presentation to aging services professionals, urging them to embrace the culture change philosophy of person-centered care. For anyone who knows, interacts with, works with, or provides services to people with dementia.
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