People with dementia can experience problems with drinking. These can include problems with staying hydrated or with alcohol.
A good mealtime experience can have a positive impact on a person’s health and wellbeing. Food preparation and the person’s surroundings can be important.
Some people with dementia may eat too much or too often. This page has tips on how to manage these situations.
People with dementia can experience changes in how much food they eat and when and what food they prefer.
People with dementia can have physical and sensory difficulties that can affect eating and drinking. This page has information about common problems and tips for managing them.
Jelly Drops are sweets containing 90 per cent water that can keep people with dementia hydrated. Alzheimer’s Society is partnering with the Jelly Drops team through our Accelerator Programme.