In the interest of the safety of our staff, and of the Deaf community we will be closing our offices across the UK from Monday 23rd March.
Sometimes people with Dementia experience hallucinations where they ‘see’ things that may not be there.
James from BDA Scotland has some tips on how to support people with Dementia if they are experiencing hallucinations.
Sometimes a person with dementia will behave in ways that are difficult to understand, more often in the late afternoon or early evening. This is known as ‘Sundowning’.
Foods can be surprisingly high in salt, fat, saturated fats (saturates) and sugars, but many people struggle to understand nutrition labels on food packaging.
Taking antibiotics when you don’t need them, puts you and your family at risk. To help keep antibiotics working you are urged to always take your doctor or nurse’s advice on antibiotics.
The Cycle To Work scheme is a government supported scheme which aims to encourage more people to ‘cycle to work’.