Talking Sense audiobook

Talking Sense: Living with sensory changes and dementia addresses the often-overlooked issue of sensory changes such as the impact of ageing and dementia on vision, hearing, taste and smell, position sense and balance, and touch.

Written by Agnes Houston MBE and Dr Julie Christie, this popular resource features a culmination of more than a decade of research by Agnes after she was diagnosed with younger onset dementia in 2006 and initiated a quest for knowledge to understand what was happening to her.

A useful guide for carers and loved ones of those who live with dementia, this audiobook also offers a learning opportunity for people with dementia to engage with helpful information and practical advice in a format that is specially tailored to their needs.

You can choose to either listen to the full audiobook below or download its individual chapters.

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Audio sample from Chapter 1: Vision

Audio sample from Chapter 1: Vision

 

Full audiobook

Full audiobook

Individual chapters

Individual chapters

 

The Talking Sense interview

Watch Colm Cunningham’s interview with Agnes and Julie for the official launch of the audiobook at the International Dementia Conference 2020.

Talking Sense in other formats

Talking Sense is also available in other formats!

Click here to access the free digital download or here to purchase a print copy.