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Living with Dementia is difficult, but LivDem has been proven to make adjusting to a diagnosis easier. Click below to find out how LivDem can help... 

For patients and their families, receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia is difficult, and can sometimes be traumatic. Often people are left with many uncertainties and unanswered questions.


Many people working in the NHS or in third sector organisations can struggle to find ways to provide the support that they know their clients need. While practical information is relatively easy to provide, it is often much harder to help people to adjust to their diagnosis. 

The managers and commissioners of services for people living with dementia may also need reassurance that any interventions they provide are underpinned by research showing improved outcomes. 

For all of these reasons, the Living Well with Dementia or LivDem Course is important. It is the only evidence-based, structured approach that sets out to help people who have recently received a diagnosis of dementia to adjust to their illness. 

If you work with people living with dementia and interested in delivering a LivDem course, please see the Training page for our latest training dates and how to enrol on a course. 



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