Living Well With Dementia

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Living Well With Dementia

Living Well With Dementia is a new initiative from Glasgow Libraries, providing a reading list of books offering support and advice for people suffering from Dementia and their families. 

The list​ contains titles which have been recommended by Health Experts and people with first-hand experience of living with Dementia.   ​

Living Well With Dementia Books will be clearly identifiable in all of our 33 libraries, just look out for the sticker below to identify which books are part of the collection.  ​
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titles in our Living Well With Dementia collection are listed below:

  • Alzheimer's by Alex Bailey
  • ABC of Dementia by Bernie Coope
  • Hearing the person with dementia by Bernie McCarthy
  • But then something happened by  Chris Carling
  • Dancing with Dementia by Christine Bryden
  • And still the music plays by Graham Stokes
  • Losing Clive to younger onset Dementia one family's story by Helen Beaumont
  • Family Life in pictures by Helen J Bate
  • Dear dementia the laughter and the tears bIan Donaghy
  • Inroduction to the Psyscology of Ageing for Non-Specialists Ian Stuart Hamilton 
  • Grandma by Jessica Shepherd
  • Dementia positive by John Killick
  • Can I tell you about Dementia a guide for families friends and carers by Jude Welton
  • 10 helpful hints for carers by June Andrews
  • About demrntia for people with Learning difficulties by Karen Dodd
  • Still Alice by Lisa Genova
  • Telling tales about Dementia experiences of caring by Lucy Whitman
  • The little girl in the radiator mum Alzheimer's and me bMartin Slevin
  • Understanding Alzheimer's and other dementias by Nori Graham
  • Seeing beyond Dementia a handbook for carers with English as a second language by Rita Saloman
  • Coping with memory problems by Sally Baxendale
  • Chocolate Rain 100 ideas for a creative approach to activities in Dementia Care by Sara Zoutewelle
  • First steps in living with Dementia by Simon Atkins
  • When someone you love has demrntia by Susan Elliot Wright

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