Supporting older people and people living with Dementia during self-isolation

Supporting older people and people living with Dementia during self-isolation | British Psychological Society | Division of Clinical Psychology

Older people and those with dementia are likely to be some of the hardest hit by the current crisis, being most at risk of severe disease if they contract the virus and in many cases advised to stringently self-isolate for the foreseeable future.

This guidance for older people includes advice on remaining connected and staying active during the pandemic, and a section on the needs of people living with dementia and memory problems — particularly on how to help them understand and follow Covid-19 advice.

Full document available at British Psychological Society

 

 

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