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Topic "Dementia" in Vietnamese - total 37 documents

Title: About you... driving (Information for people with dementia no. 4)
Summary: If you have been diagnosed with dementia, this Help Sheet may be useful. It provides important information about driving and dementia.

Title: About you... early planning (Information for people with dementia 2)
Summary: If you have been diagnosed with dementia, this Help Sheet may be useful. It makes suggestions about planning for the future. It also tells you who can assist you to do this.

Title: About you... feelings and adjusting to change (Information for people with dementia no. 6)
Summary: If you have been diagnosed with dementia, this Help Sheet may be useful. It explains some of the feelings you might be experiencing, and some ways to adjust to the changes that dementia brings.

Title: About you... how Alzheimer's Australia can help (Information for people wieth dementia no. 11)
Summary: This Help Sheet provides you with information on the resources Alzheimer’s Australia has available to provide support to you and your family

Title: About you... keeping involved and active (Information for people with dementia 7)
Summary: If you have been diagnosed with dementia, this Help Sheet may be useful. It discusses the importance of keeping involved and active and suggests ways that you can do this.

Title: About you... looking after yourself (Information for people with dementia no. 3)
Summary: If you have been diagnosed with dementia, this Help Sheet may be useful. It suggests ways to look after yourself and some people who can assist you to do this.

Title: About you... talking about the diagnosis (Information for people with dementia no. 8)
Summary: If you have been diagnosed with dementia, this Help Sheet may be useful. It suggests some things to consider when talking about your diagnosis.

Title: About you... talking to your doctor (Information for people with dementia no. 9)
Summary: If you have been diagnosed with dementia, this Help Sheet may be useful. It discusses ways of talking with your doctor to make sure that you obtain the health care, advice and support you want.

Title: About you... what is dementia? (Information for people with dementia no. 1)
Summary: If you have been diagnosed with dementia, this Help Sheet may be useful. It talks about dementia and where you can go for further information.

Title: Activities (Caring for someone with dementia no. 5)
Summary: This Help Sheet provides information about planning and providing appropriate activities for people with dementia.

Title: Alzheimer's disease (About dementia no. 13)
Summary: This Help Sheet describes the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, as well as its causes, progression and treatment.

Title: Changed behaviour - anger and aggression - information for residents, families and carers.
Summary: This translated resource provides information about dementia and changed behaviour for residents, families and carers. It outlines some causes for such behaviour and some tips on how to care for someone who seems angry.

Title: Changed behaviour - loss of inhibition - information for residents, families and carers
Summary: This translated resource provides information about dementia and changed behaviour for residents, families and carers. It outlines some causes of such behaviour and some tips on how to care for someone with disinhibited behaviour.

Title: Changed behaviour - noisy - information for residents, families and carers
Summary: This translated resource provides information about dementia and changed behaviour for residents, families and carers. It outlines some causes of noisy behaviour and some tips on how to care for someone with noisy behaviour.

Title: Changed behaviour - wandering - information for residents, families and carers
Summary: This translated resource provides information about dementia and changed behaviour for residents, families and carers. It outlines some causes of people wandering and some tips on how to care for someone who wanders.

Title: Changed behaviours (Changed behaviours and dementia no. 1)
Summary: This sheet looks at some of the common behaviour changes that can occur when a person has dementia. Reasons for the changes are discussed and some general guidelines on how to cope with them are provided.

Title: Communication (Caring for someone with dementia 1)
Summary: This Help Sheet explains some of the changes in communication that occur as a result of dementia and suggests ways that families and carers can help. It also includes some personal tips on communication written by a person with dementia.

Title: Dementia and bladder and bowel control
Summary: People with dementia have memory loss and may be confused and not know where they are. This can cause or make bladder and bowel control problems worse.

Title: Diagnosing dementia (About dementia 2)
Summary: This Help Sheet provides information about the early signs of dementia and the techniques used to diagnose dementia and the importance of an early and correct diagnosis.

Title: Driving (Caring for someone with dementia no. 7)
Summary: This Help Sheet describes the effects that dementia may have on driving skills and suggests ways to help a driver who has been diagnosed with dementia.

Title: Early planning (About dementia 7)
Summary: This Help Sheet discusses ways to plan ahead and organise financial and legal affairs and lists people and organisations that can help.

Title: Family and friends matter
Summary: This booklet is a guide on how to stay connected to a person living with dementia in ways that are meaningful.

Title: Feelings (Looking after families and carers no. 3)
Summary: This Help Sheet discusses some of the feelings that families and carers of people with dementia often experience. These may include feelings of guilt, grief, loss or anger.

Title: Information on dementia in Vietnamese (bilingual, print information)
Summary: The document provides information about dementia in Vietnamese. Text is provided in Vietnamese and English

Title: It's not a disgrace...it's dementia: films have English subtitles
Summary: It's not a disgrace...it's dementia, is a short film to raise awareness and dispel myths about dementia within culturally and linguistically diverse communities. The film features carers of people living with dementia giving personal accounts, in their own language, of their experience, along with health professionals who talk about the condition and stress the importance of seeking help early.

Title: Our stories - films have English subtitles
Summary: These poignant digital stories depict both the love each carer has for their loved one living with dementia as well as the emotional cost. The aims of appearing on film, expressed by the carers featured in this series, is to help their communities to achieve a greater understanding of dementia and to generate acceptance of dementia as a medical illness. Available in Arabic, Italian and Spanish with English subtitles

Title: Problem solving (changed behaviours and dementia no. 2)
Summary: This Help Sheet discusses some ways to think about any changes in behaviours that are occurring as a result of dementia. It describes a problem solving approach that may help you manage any behaviours if and when they arise.

Title: Safety issues (Caring for someone with dementia no. 3)
Summary: This Help Sheet discusses some of the safety issues that need to be considered when caring for someone with dementia. It provides some tips for safety inside and outside the home, and a basic safety checklist for use by families and carers.

Title: Taking a break (looking after families and carers 1)
Summary: Taking a break from caring, often called respite, or respite care, is important for anyone providing day to day care for someone with dementia. This help Sheet discusses the benefits of taking a break, how to organise it and who can help.

Title: Talking book information on Dementia in Vietnamese (bilingual)
Summary: Talking Book providing information about dementia in Vietnamese. Text is also provided in Vietnamese and English

Title: There's a difference (video)
Summary: There's a difference between forgetting something once and forgetting it many times. There's a difference between forgetfulness and dementia. To find out more call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.

Title: Vascular dementia (About dementia no. 16)
Summary: This Help Sheet describes the types of vascular dementia, and their causes, diagnosis, treatment and progression.

Title: What happens if someone in my family can't make decisions because of disability, illness or injury?
Summary: If adults can't make a decision because of disability, illness or injury on whom to choose to make decisons for them - there is a tribunal that can help. It is called the 'Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).

Title: What is Dementia? (About dementia 1)
Summary: Dementia describes a collection of symptoms that are caused by disorders affecting the brain. It is not one specific disease. Dementia affects thinking, behaviour and the ability to perform everyday tasks. Brain function is affected enough to interfere with the person's normal social or working life.

Title: Working with doctors (Caring for someone with dementia no. 9)
Summary: This Help Sheet discusses effective ways of working together with the many doctors and medical specialists you will meet to obtain the information and support that you need.

Title: Worried about your memory (checklist)?
Summary: If you are worried about memory, this checklist will help you determine whether you need to talk about it with your doctor.

Title: Your brain matters: 5 simple steps to maximise your brain health
Summary: This translated guide was developed to inform of simple steps to help lower individual’s risk of developing chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and cancer. The five steps encourage looking after your heart, physical activity, mentally challenging yourself, a healthy diet and enjoying social activity.

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