25 November 2009

Newsletter for people with dementia

HOPE (Helping Other Possibilities Emerge) from Alzheimer's Australia is a bi-monthly newsletter for younger people with dementia, their care partners, friends, health professionals and care staff. It facilitates networking opportunities for all and welcomes contributions. > read September 2009 issue and past issues.


Perspectives is a quarterly newsletter written for people with dementia that addresses the concerns, reflections, and coping skills of individuals with Alzheimer's or a related memory disorder. It provides up-to-date research, explores relevant topics, provides a forum for discussion, and builds bridges between people with memory loss around the world. Individuals with Alzheimer's or a related disorder contribute their perspectives to this newsletter in the form of articles, poetry, or letters. > read Perspectives Vol 15 No. 1 and past editions

Perspectives is written and edited by Lisa Snyder, LCSW and published by the University of California, San Diego, Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. Robyn Yale, LCSW and staff of the Shiley-Marcos ADRC serve as editorial advisors.


Living with dementia produced by Alzheimer's Society (UK) features news, human interest stories, expert tips and advice for carers and people with dementia, book reviews, updates on dementia research and articles highlighting good practice in dementia care, plus readers' letters. > read November 2009 edition and past editions

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