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Disability stories: love in the time of dementia: provide support to people living with dementia [includes video spoken in Anindilyakwa] (2013)

Author

italk library

Publisher

italk library

City

Alice Springs

Type

Audiovisual

 

Description

This audiovisual resource provides information on dementia for disability workers and those who care for family members who have dementia. The resource tells the story of an elderly Indigenous couple where the wife has been diagnosed with dementia. The story describes some of the symptoms of dementia, what happens in the brain when someone has dementia, and tips for caring for someone with dementia. The story has been narrated in English and Anindilyakwa. The resource was produced as a collaboration between Carpentaria Disability Services and isee-ilearn as part of the Disability stories project.

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Contact details

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2 Mueller St East Side
Alice Springs NT 0870

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Last updated: 15 January 2014
 
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