Dementia Connect support line
Dementia may cause a person to have hallucinations or see things that aren't there. This is most common in people living with dementia with Lewy bodies, although other types of dementia may also cause hallucinations.
Sexual health is an important part of a healthy sex life. If you or your partner has dementia, you still need to consider the benefits and risks to keep you both healthy.
Several infections have been suggested to increase risk of Alzheimer's disease, but the evidence behind it is not clear cut.
Here you will find more helpful resources around pressure ulcers.
Tips for carers on how they can help to prevent pressure ulcers in people with dementia.
The most important part of any treatment for pressure ulcers is to remove the cause of the pressure or friction and help the person to move around where possible.
Find out how to spot the signs of pressure ulcers in people with dementia.
Pressure ulcers - also called pressure sores or bedsores - can develop if someone spends too long sitting or lying in one position. They are a particular risk for people with dementia.
There are many ways to communicate with a person at the end of their life. There are also steps you can take to support a person with any pain, infections, eating and drinking problems, and delirium.