Living with dementia - Living alone

Find out more about our series of nine booklets that have been written for people with dementia. Download a copy or place your order for our living alone edition. 

Living alone

If you live alone, there are lots of reasons to keep doing so after a diagnosis of dementia. You may feel happier and more in control in a familiar place, or you may want to keep your routines and stay in your community. Keeping your independence may also be important to you. You may need to think a bit more about some things, such as how to stay in touch with people or manage day-to-day tasks, but you can continue to be safe, independent and in touch while living alone. This booklet explains how.

Code 1508

2017: 36 pages, A5

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