Staying healthy with dementia - other resources
Details of useful organisations who can support with staying healthy while living with dementia.
- Staying healthy with dementia
- Exercise and mobility with dementia
- Mental well-being and depression in dementia
- Eating well with dementia
- Smoking and alcohol with dementia
- Keeping warm with dementia
- Staying healthy with sleep
- Hearing and eyesight
- Other health issues for people with dementia
- Check-ups and medication
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Staying healthy with dementia
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
14 Bedford Row
London, WC1R 4ED
The professional, educational and trade union body for chartered physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and assistants. Provides contact details of private physiotherapists in your area.
College of Occupational Therapists
106-114 Borough High Street
London SE1 1LB
The professional, educational and trade union body for occupational therapists. Provides details of independent occupational therapists in your local area.
Health and Care Professions Council
184 Kennington Park Road
London SE11 4BU
T 0845 300 6184
Maintains and publishes a register of health professionals who meet their standards so you can be sure that the professional is genuine and that you are protected.
Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists
1 Fellmongers Path
Tower Bridge Road
London SE1 3LY
T 020 7234 8620
E use the enquiry form on the website
The professional body and trade union for registered podiatrists. Provides patient information on common foot problems and details of private practice podiatrists.
About this information
Last reviewed: September 2015
Next review due: September 2018
Reviewed by: Reviewed by: Dr Sarah Aldred, Senior Lecturer in Exercise Biochemistry, School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Birmingham and Dr Jacqui Bussin, Consultant in Medicine for Older People, Department of Medicine for Older People, St Helens & Knowlsey Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
This information has also been reviewed by people affected by dementia. A list of sources is available on request.