The December 2011 edition of the Living with dementia magazine is available to download from the Alzheimer’s Society website.
- A difficult decision. With more than 40 years of experience behind the wheel, driving was an important part of Adrian Harrhy’s life. But four years after being diagnosed with dementia he made the decision to hand in his licence and tells Luke Bishop why.
- Remembering lost loved ones. The grieving process for family members and loved ones of people with dementia can be long and complex. Luke Bishop speaks to former carer Bruce Bovill about how he handled bereavement and how he focuses on the positive memories of his wife
- Better at home. From finding reputable tradesmen to helping to create a safe and secure environment, Rachael Doeg finds out how home improvement agencies can help people with dementia to live in their own homes for longer.
- B is for…prevention. New research raises questions about the links between B vitamins and dementia but there is much still to learn, by Caroline Bradley.
Previous issues of the magazine are available to download from the Alzheimer’s Society website at www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents.php?categoryID=200241.