Dementia and Alzheimer’s is a condition or illness that can slowly change the way both sufferers and carers live every day life, which causes confusion, worry and leaves both in a state of not knowing what the future holds.
Online PR News – 18-July-2010 – – Oxon, UK, July 16, 2010 -- Dementia and Alzheimer’s is a condition or illness that can slowly change the way both sufferers and carers live every day life, which causes confusion, worry and leaves both in a state of not knowing what the future holds.
DementiaWeb ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk ) has been launched to help anyone connected to or affected by Dementia or Alzheimer’s, offering a wealth of information that answers so many of the questions that often go unanswered unless you specifically seek them. The new website offers support and information for people with dementia and their carers in the UK, covering many of the counties and borders with individual organisations that all fall under the DementiaWeb umbrella. ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk )
When someone you care about has dementia you will probably find there are times when you need some emotional or practical support. You may find yourself in the role of primary carer for a loved one, or find yourself feeling sidelined. From coping with unusual behaviours, to talking to someone who understands dementia face to face, on the telephone or on-line, this new resource aims to help you find the support you need.
When you are caring for someone who has dementia, there are many times that you may feel you need someone to talk to. This may be because you need advice about something, or simply that you just need a listening ear from somebody who understands your situation. It can often be hard to find the right person, organisation or department to speak to when you desperately just need someone to listen, which is where DementiaWeb ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk ) can offer the correct numbers and contact details of the organisation you should really be speaking to.
There are many things to consider before, during and after a diagnosis of dementia. Ranging from what dementia is, and the causes of dementia, to what to do following diagnosis, available treatment, and memory clinics, DementiaWeb ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk ) covers all aspects of this condition and also allows you to plan your next steps when it comes to dealing with what can often be a very uncertain future.
Dementia Web UK
Two Rivers, Station Lane
Witney, Oxon OX28 4BH