Feel better prepared for life with dementia
For people with dementia
For healthcare professionals
Following a dementia diagnosis, it’s only natural to ask questions
Your diagnosis is the first step in moving forward with dementia. Many people with dementia live full and meaningful lives after diagnosis.
On this website, people with dementia have shared their good and bad experiences, so you can learn from them and find useful strategies. This, combined with evidence based research, will help you choose your own path forward with dementia.
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Explore stories and experiences of dementia
From Wayne’s perspective, think about what is best for the person, rather than automatically deciding to send someone to the emergency department at the hospital, because “maybe that is not always the best solution to the problem.”
Karen believes in doing things differently for those diagnosed at an earlier age, like her mother. In many cases, people who are diagnosed with early onset dementia, remain very active, vibrant and healthy.
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