My Mum Has Lewy Body Dementia

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Angela Dancocks is an A&E doctor and was working in Australia when her Mum was diagnosed with DLB. She returned from Australia 2 years ago and since then has kept a weekly blog of her visits to see her Mum in her …

Web based course for dementia carers

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Course Link Built by the Future Learn Group at Newcastle University, this course will provide you with knowledge and advice that can help you connect with and care for someone living with dementia. We will focus on everyday experiences that …

Call to Mind Board Game

Call to mind… is a specially designed board game that helps get to know and understand the thinking, likes and dislikes of someone with dementia. This tool also stimulates memories and encourages conversations, both as the game is played and …

Active Minds

Meaningful Dementia Activity Resources Since 2010 Active Minds has been researching, designing and developing activity products to assist people with dementia in leading active, engaging and fulfilling lives – enjoying activities that are meaningful to them. Active Minds was set-up …

What they don’t tell you about dementia

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This is a brave and uncompromising piece, from The Guardian, on the impact that Lewy Body Dementia has had on Dawn Vance (the author) and her mother (the patient). Article Link

Local to you

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The Lewy Body Society does not run any local support groups, but if you would like to be involved in supporting people with dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) or Parkinson’s dementia (PDD) in your area, please get in touch. For …

New Blog: A week with Mr Lewy Body

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Karen Wilson whose Dad has Lewy Body Dementia decided to write a blog called ‘A week with Mr Lewy Body’. Her aim is to bring awareness to all types of dementia, and hopefully raise some money. The blog has links …