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Useful publications about young onset dementia

    Below are a range of young onset dementia related publications which we hope you will find informative and interesting.

    Young Dementia Network resources

    The Young Dementia Network has created a range of useful publications and resources including:

    Information about young onset dementia

    Information about frontotemporal dementia

    Information for children/young people

    Information about employment, driving and financial matters

    Information about support and care

    • Our Dementia Our Rights – a guide which aims to highlight as simply as possible the importance of human and civil rights in ensuring support, inclusion and dignity for people with dementia.
    • Psychological dimensions of dementia: Putting the person at the centre of care – the report was put together by the British Psychological Society Dementia Advisory Group. It presents a psychological perspective on the nature and experience of dementia, outlines the extensive contributions that psychologists have made in this field, and issues a number of recommendations on how to improve understanding and care for those experiencing dementia and their families.
    • Supporting and accommodating people with dementia at professional conferences and other events – a Dementia Alliance International publication written using feedback from people with dementia and family care partners since 2012.
    • Making an Impact Together –  a guide written by and with several groups which are members of the DEEP network. The aim of the guide is to help other people with dementia in influencing and activism groups.

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