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‘What you can do to stay connected during a pandemic’ provides practical tips you can use to maintain your family’s sense of connection.

“Resilience in difficult times” provides a practical guide to help build resilience, reduce unease and promote wellbeing.

Developed for people with dementia and their carers, this document provides ideas and suggestions about how to stay active both in and outside the home.

A new book from Professor Mary Marshall OBE, Talking Muralsexplores the potential impact of murals inside spaces where people with dementia live, or may visit. 

 

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Bringing together the voice of people with dementia and carers with the best learnings from research and care experiences to provide insightful tips, strategies and real-life stories to support greater independence.

Talking Sense is the culmination of more than a decade of research by Agnes Houston.

Agnes found there little support for her continued independence and what support there was had virtually no awareness of the common experience of sensory change.

Talking Sense provides is a practical tool for carers looking to support people living with sensory challenges and information about who to go to for help, where support organisations can be located, and how to access services.

 

If you would like to purchase a hardcopy of this paperback book for $12.99 please click here.

 

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