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Making the home dementia friendly

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Dementia can affect a person’s memory and ability to coordinate, recognise objects, and interpret their environment. In addition, they may have other health conditions which can affect their sight, mobility, and independence. This can have a significant impact on the person’s daily life including how they function within their own home. However, with some simple adjustments you can make a home easier to manage and more ‘dementia friendly’. This not only helps the person maintain their independence for longer but it can minimise distress and frustration, thereby supporting a better quality of life.

Visit Dementia UK for some tips on how to do this.

Alzheimers Dementia Support

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Alzheimers Dementia Support ‘ADS’ is a charity which offers constructive practical guidance and a wide range of services to help people in the local community whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by Dementia.

Their September 2016 newsletter includes lots of information about them including drop in centres, cafe, events, activities and clubs.

Friends in Need


Depression Alliance has Friends in Need as a way for people affected by depression, or supporting someone with depression, to talk online and meet up with groups in their local area. Contact Tina James, Friends in Need Coordinator in Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead, 07964 376 951, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.


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