Diabetes and your heartMarch 11, 2010This booklet is for people who have diabetes, and for their families and friends. It may also be useful if you don’t have diabetes but you have been told you may develop it in the future.
Making involvement countOctober 7, 2011The Making involvement count resource pack is made up 18 cards each aimed at giving specific information, advice and top tips to support people with dementia to get involved in activities whilst recognising their current abilities.
Information about Lewy Body DementiaApril 27, 2015This handbook published by the Lewy Body Society aims to help people with Lewy body dementia (LBD), their families and health care professionals learn more about the disease and find ways and resources to help them cope with it.
NHS Continuing Healthcare and NHS-funded Nursing CareMarch 28, 2019NHS Continuing Healthcare If you have complex health and care needs, the NHS may cover the cost of all your care at home or in a care home, including the services you receive from the local council. This is called continuing healthcare and is funded ...
Advance Care PlanningMarch 28, 2019If you were to lose the capacity to make decisions about your life today, what are the important things you would like those caring for you to know about you and what you would want to happen? One way of making people aware of your wishes is by a process that is called advance care planning.
Independent Living Equipment in GwentNovember 1, 2019Cefndy-Medequip work with local authorities and the NHS to provide the community equipment service in Gwent. They specialise in aids and equipment for the home, mobility, bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchen and dining, living room and outdoors. Their catalogue has a section called "Dementia Friendly Collection".
Living with early-stage dementiaNovember 20, 2019Living with early-stage dementia is a comprehensive guide published by Age UK, also known as Age Cymru in Wales.
Caring for someone with dementiaNovember 20, 2019Caring for someone with dementia is a comprehensive booklet published by Age UK, whose network includes Age Cymru in Wales.
Dementia Action Plan for Wales 2018 – 2022November 20, 2019The Welsh government have adopted the Dementia Action Plan for Wales 2018 - 2022, with Vaughan Gething, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services, stating that, "Our vision is for Wales to be a dementia friendly nation that recognises the rights of people with dementia to feel valued and to live as independently as possible in their communities."
A Pocket Guide to Being Dementia SupportiveDecember 10, 2019A Pocket Guide to Being Dementia Supportive provides a few useful tips from Ageing Well in Wales partners about how you can be more supportive to people living with dementia. Even the smallest action can make a big difference.