Treatment
Every person who has dementia can be treated, although very few can be cured. The treatment is multifactorial and may consist of psychosocial aspects and pharmacological treatment. The medication is…

Dementia
Dementia is not a natural ageing process, but is always due to disease. Dementia is a condition where brain function is impaired. Impaired memory is the most prominent symptom, although the ability…

Dementia-like Conditions
The following conditions can be mistaken for dementia: depression alcohol abuse Acute Confusional States (delirium) side-effects of certain types of medications physical diseases such as brain damage…

Who can help?
In addition to your family and social circle, there are many professionals and organisations who work with dementia in various ways. Here are some suggested contacts: Your general practitioner…

I Have Dementia
When you find out you have dementia, many thoughts and feelings will surface. What does this mean? What does the future hold? What am I going to do? It may be very hard to believe that this has…

My Rights
The progression of dementia can lead you to develop problems handling your personal affairs such as decisions regarding health and finances. Therefore, it is a good idea to consider the future and…