Eating Well with Dementia | Let’s Talk about Dementia

[ad_1] At the beginning of last year, as part of our rolling review programme, we reviewed and updated the popular resource ‘Eating Well with Dementia – A Guide for Carers’. This has been a valued part of our range for over 10 years and demonstrates successful partnership working with NHS Lanarkshire and Alzheimer Scotland. At … Read more

Eating Drinking and Swallowing self-management resource

[ad_1] Eating and drinking are really important to us all not just for nutrition and hydration but also for the patterns of our day, comfort and socialising. People living with dementia may find that they experience changes and difficulties around eating and drinking that impact all of these things. These can include changes to appetite, … Read more

Binge Eating Disorder –

[ad_1] Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is a complex mental illness affecting thousands worldwide, irrespective of age, gender, or background. It is characterized by a person eating a large amount of food in a short period, usually within two hours, and feeling of loss of control and compulsion to complete all the food. It is often … Read more

Eating Well with Dementia – A Guide for Carers

[ad_1] #WhatDietitiansDo #WeAreDietetics Mental health dietitians in Lanarkshire identified the need to improve how they shared their knowledge and skills with people supporting individuals living with dementia, to enable improvement in their nutrition and hydration.  This development arose after the department noticed a trend in referrals for people with a dementia diagnosis, who had already … Read more