Read about how dementia can cause social withdrawal in some people with dementia.
This book gives specialist knowledge on the different aspects of providing dementia care in someone's own home.
Our Easy Read factsheets about dementia are written for people with learning disabilities.
Research project: Advance care planning in dementia: Improving GP consultations and development of a support programme for general practitioners (Consult-GP)
We produce The dementia guide and This is me in different languages. We also have factsheets in Welsh.
If a person is finding any kind of conversation too difficult, they may use non-verbal communication. As dementia progresses, this may become the main way a person communicates. You might find these tips for communicating non-verbally useful.
Children and young people will find it easier if you talk about dementia together. An important part of a supportive conversation is listening. Ask or allow a child or young person to express their feelings, even if they are negative emotions.