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Dementia and aggressive behaviour

This Alzheimer's Society factsheet explains why a person with dementia might act aggressively, either physically or verbally. It gives practical tips that carers can use to help prevent and manage aggressive behaviour. It also looks at the types of support that may be available.

Depression

This Royal College of Psychiatrists leaflet is for anyone who is, or has been depressed. It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed. At the end of the leaflet, there is a list of other places where you can get further information.

Depression and Men

This Royal College of Psychiatrists leaflet is for any man who feels depressed and anyone whose husband, partner, brother, father and male friend seems depressed. It gives some basic facts about depression, how it can affect men, and how to get help.

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).