Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a set of symptoms and behaviours that occur when the brain stops working properly. This results in loss of independent function for that person.
Daily brain exercises may help decrease your risk of developing dementia by building cognitive reserve.
This page will help you to find local services in relation to dementia quickly and efficiently.
These rooms are for people who would like to know more about products and devices which can help manage memory difficulties.
The National Intellectual Disability Memory Service is committed to improving the early detection of dementia in people with an intellectual disability and offering post-diagnostic supports.
Within communities people are taking action, big and small steps that make a difference in the everyday lives of people with dementia. Find out what actions you can take and the supports available.
Businesses or service providers can make a big difference to the quality of life of people with dementia and their families. Find out what actions you can take and the supports available.
A community champion inspires others to make a positive difference to people living with dementia and their families. Find out how you can become a community champion and the supports available.
How to diminish the risk factors and reduce the risk of developing dementia.
The 'Hello Brain' project shows how anyone, at any age, can make simple lifestyle changes to help their brains. Some of these changes may help prevent certain types of dementia. Hello Brain and its resources are based on the latest research and evidence on brain health.
The project provides easy to understand information about how you can improve and maintain brain health across your life. It helps to dispel myths about brain health. Visit the Hello Brain websiteto find out more.
Download Brain Health slides here which can be used for public information or outreach sessions.
Hello Brain tips for keeping your brain healthy
Acknowledgment: this video is provided by Sabina Brennan, Trinity Brain Health Hello Brainand Trinity College Dublin