How to cope with restlessness and dementia

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Therapy pets might sound a little wacky, but evidence suggests they can be a valuable therapeutic tool which can provide many surprising benefits for people with dementia and memory loss. READ MORE →

Robotic pets are becoming more and more popular with people who have dementia, and it’s easy to see why these realistic looking animals are gaining such wide appeal. But could a robot ever become a man’s best friend? READ MORE →

If the person you’re caring for is feeling restless and agitated you could find it really challenging to cope with. But there’s often a reason for this behaviour. Find out what could be causing it. READ MORE →

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