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Early Onset of Alzheimers Disease

Information provide by Alzheimer's Research UK about early onset Alzhiemer's. Alzheimer’s is a disease that causes dementia. It is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for about two-thirds of cases in older people. Although often thought of as a disease of older people, around 4% of people with Alzheimer’s are under 65. This is called early-onset or young-onset Alzheimer’s. It usually affects people in their 40s, 50s and early 60s.

Early Years Intensive Group, Complex Neurodevelopmental Disorders Service (CNDS)- Parent and carer information leaflet

This leaflet contains information for parents and carers about what The Early Years Intensive Group is and what happens at this service. It contains information such as who will be working with my child, what sorts of things will my child be doing and where will my child be spending their time.

Eating Disorders – an NHS self help guide

You may be interested in this guide if you feel your eating might be causing you difficulties, you think you might have an eating disorder and want to find out more or you are worried about someone who you think may have an eating disorder. It will help you recognise an eating disorder, describe the effects of an eating disorder and help you think about whether you want to make changes. Available in audio, easy to read and British Sign Language (BSL).

Eating well and mental health

This leaflet is for everyone who wants to eat healthily. It is particularly for people who feel that their mental health problem or its treatment has affected them in the way they eat.