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June Andrews is an expert in the care of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease and support for those who look after them. She is author of “When Someone You Know Has Dementia” and “Dementia the One Stop Guide”. You can learn more about June’s work at her website

Latest Posts By June Andrews

8 months ago

5 Positive Lifestyle Changes That Improve the Stages of Dementia

Women are more likely to get dementia, more likely to be family caregivers, and more likely to be working in one of the facilities that supports families and those affected. It’s a big issue for us. To be honest, worrying will get you nowhere…

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2 years ago

5 Reasons that Gardens Are So Important for People with Dementia

Summer is here, so it’s time to get going in the garden and look forward to being outside more. As a dementia professor, I know how important gardens are for people with dementia. They offer health benefits that can reduce the symptoms…

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3 years ago

How to Support a Person with Dementia When the Winter Weather Arrives

This month as the New Year started, the temperatures dropped and we had the first sign of snow. I had a call from an old school friend whose mother is affected by dementia. Agnes doesn’t live with her mother Diana, but she worries about…

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7 years ago

The Surprising Relationship Between Dementia and Faith Communities

Nearly everyone knows someone affected by dementia. I’ve been exploring how faith communities can give practical support to people affected. Religious books such as the Bible and the Quran emphasise the importance of caring for the sick, the old, the frail and our parents. But people are not sure how to do that. Read More