The team behind Guideposts Trust have recently launched their brand new website aimed specifically to help people suffering with and caring for people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Online PR News – 19-July-2010 – – Oxon, UK, July 19, 2010 -- The team behind Guideposts Trust have recently launched their brand new website aimed specifically to help people suffering with and caring for people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s, ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk ) offering a wealth of useful resources if you have been affected by these conditions.
Their aim is to help people with dementia, ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk ) their family carers and professionals who care for them allowing anyone in need of this information easy access to resources focusing on dementia and the support and care services available. The new website has been launched to offer a clear and specific focus on the often overlooked condition, meaning that there is finally a complete collection of articles, guides and information relating to dementia.
The Dementia web site is arranged to make it easy to access dementia related information and services. This resources page draws together key contact information, ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk ) and also includes links to some resources that are not found elsewhere on the site. You will also be able to find out more information living with dementia, as both a sufferer and a carer, allowing you to find relevant details and answer many questions that need to be answered if you find yourself in this position.
Whether you have dementia or are a carer for someone with it, there will probably be times when you need some sort of practical help and the new website puts you in the right direction to get this help. You may be looking for help with financial ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk ) matters, someone to provide help at home, or ideas for living safely, all of which are covered and you can easily get the questions answered via this new practical resource.
Living with dementia ( http://www.dementiaweb.org.uk ) affects all aspects of life, from daily living to financial issues, everything at some point will probably need to be discussed, as this illness can slowly creep into many areas of your life, so it’s important to either get the right information when the situation arises or try to plan for the eventuality by using this expertly prepared website.
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