What happens when young onset dementia (YOD) happens in the family?
When a parent has young onset dementia (YOD), the whole family, including the children, is affected. Here is some coping advice from experts.
Advice from Ms Linda Lim, Advanced Practice Nurse/Nurse Clinician, Department of Neurology, National Neuroscience Institute, and tips from NNI ’s book Dementia: The Tangled Brain include:
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