If you would like to know more about dementia or the latest research developments, here is a list of resources that might help
National sources of information about dementia
Age UK – a information hub dedicated to dementia information, including treatments, living well, adapting the home, getting support, planning the future and caring for someone else.
NHS – A comprehensive guide to dementia including symptoms, the diagnosis process, treatments, and day to day life with dementia.
Alzheimer’s Society – covers a wide range of dementia topics with advice on treatment, support options, daily living, and caring for someone with dementia.
Dementia UK – also has a broad range of information, from understanding the different types of dementia to legal and financial information.
Dementia Explained – a site run by Alzheimer’s Research UK which provides accessible information about dementia for three separate age groups: young kids, juniors and teens.
A Guide To Alzheimer’s Caregiving – tips on how to look after yourself as a carer and coping with burnout, applicable to all types of dementia.
Which? Dementia guides – a list of guides produced by the consumer organisation Which? on choosing the right care for someone with dementia.
Books on Prescription: Dementia – A recommended list of books you might find helpful if you have dementia, are caring for someone with dementia or would like to find out more about the condition.
Talking Sense – a book on how to live with sensory changes caused by dementia, freely available as a PDF
Live Well Oxfordshire – A directory of support services across Oxfordshire for adults (18+), families and carers.