We highlight resources for dementia information and stories in formats you can listen to.
1. About dementia
There are audio versions of many Alzheimer’s Society factsheets as well as podcasts on a range of topics. You can also listen online to an audio version of The dementia guide, for anyone recently diagnosed with the condition, or you can order a CD version.
- Listen to podcasts and audio versions of our publications, or order a CD version of The dementia guide.
2. Magazine listening
You can sign up to receive a free CD version of each full new issue of magazine, recorded by RNIB for blind and partially sighted people.
- Sign up for the free CD version of the magazine.
We also produce a podcast that shares the story of a person with dementia from each issue of the magazine. This can be played online or downloaded for listening to later.
- Listen to the current and previous magazine podcasts.
3. Talking books
Audio versions of books are available from many sources, and RNIB provides a large range of talking books and magazines for people who are struggling to read because of difficulties with their sight.
- Find out about RNIB reading choices.
The BBC’s Reminiscence Archive project, RemArc, remains available for another few months. It has a wealth of images, audio and video clips that can be searched by theme or by decade.
- Explore RemArc.