Living with demential during corona virus - a link for download
Exeter University have developed some useful materials, especially during the lockdowns
The coronavirus outbreak has placed a strain on everyone, but especially those of us who are caring for someone living with dementia. Here are some simple tips aimed at helping to make things more manageable. Everyone’s situation is different so some of the tips may be more or less helpful depending on your circumstances.
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