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Caring for someone with dementia
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Caring for someone with dementia

Useful information about dementia and how you can help to look after your relative or friend.

Bupa Care Services is New Zealand's leading provider of dementia care. This guide draws on their wide experience of caring for people with dementia and their understanding of the sadness and stress it can cause for relatives and friends. They recognise that every person with dementia is different and every carer's situation is different but they hope you will find some useful advice information and support in this booklet.

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