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Useful Links - Links to Organisations who Provide Help and Information on Dementia and Brain Injury

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Articles from our Website:

  • Alzheimer’s or dementia - what are we talking about?

I often hear people getting confused about Alzheimer’s and dementia. Are they different conditions? It can be a bit confusing... Read more

  • Ideas for those with Early Memory Loss

People with mild memory loss may well continue to enjoy doing what they have done in the past. But when activities become difficult people will tend to stop doing them... Read more

  • Why People Living with Dementia or Brain Injury Need Specialised Activities.

People living with dementia, such as Alzheimer’s, have different needs to stay active and engaged as the disease progresses... Read more

If you know someone living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia or brain injury you may find it challenging to find a suitable gift.... Read More

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What's coming up:

  • 4 December - Auckland. OTA Meeting "Demystifying Death". Limited spaces. See More
  • 11 December - Auckland. Workshop - Colournostics: Empower yourself through colour. Booking essential as limited spaces. See More

 

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Click to Read Articles from other Websites:

Falls Prevention Tool Kit: This is collection of articles offering helpful information for older adults. They are American based so some statistics don't apply but they are well worth a read for those looking for practical advice.  

 

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