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Getting to know the person with dementia: the importance of memories

Part of Dementia

This film for health and care staff and managers highlights the importance of getting to know the person with dementia. Learning about their memories and experiences, understanding the person's history and their likes and dislikes. It won its category (Best factual new media) at the Older People Media Awards 2013.

The causes of dementia

Part of Dementia

In this video, we hear in plain English the science and physiology of dementia and differentiate between the types of dementia. We learn how it affects the brain, which then affects behaviours. Use the video to make the case for ensuring biomedical research continues into the causes and treatment of dementia.

Dementia e-learning: common difficulties and how to help

Part of e-Learning courses

One of a series of e-learning resources from the Open Dementia e-learning programme which aims provides a general introduction to the dementia and the experience of living with dementia. This module explains how dementia affects each individual differently. It then looks at four common areas of difficulty faced by people with dementia and describes practical strategies that can be used to assist with difficulties. It draws attention to the fact that many difficulties faced by people with dementia not caused by damage to the brain, but by other factors. The resource contains audio and video.

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