Patient Information Resource: Rod was diagnosed with bipolar in 1987. He describes how his symptoms got worse and led to his diagnosis, the treatments offered to him and how he copes today
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Patient Information Resource: Lawrence has depression. He explains how easy it was to ignore the symptoms, despite being a psychiatric nurse, and the problem this caused in his working life.
Patient Information Resource: Michelle talks about her experience as a bone marrow donor for Sarah.
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The emotional dimension of dementia.
The importance of effective strategies to help people experiencing difficult emotions.
Explore a range of situations where we can have a major impact on a person with dementia through our actions.
The process of diagnosis and its impact.
Help and support available, key professional roles and skills and multidisciplinary support services.
Anti-dementia drugs and non-pharmacological treatments.
The person with dementia as a unique individual.
The importance of knowing their background and life history.
Abilities people with a dementia retain in spite of the difficulties they face.
How dementia impacts on families, friends and community and the support that is needed.