Help those with Dementia adapt

For most people, the clocks changing this month provides a temporary inconvenience of an hour's less sleep.

Friday, 1st April 2016, 11:54 am

However, for many of the 14,148 people with dementia in West Sussex it can affect their sleep routines and may lead to them waking at the wrong time or struggling to get to sleep. Disrupted sleep is just one of the many challenges people with dementia and their carers face. Perhaps your readers would consider joining the 1.4 million people who have become ‘Dementia Friends’ to learn more about the condition and the small ways they can help? To find out more visit

Chris Wyatt,

Azheimer’s Society Regional Operations Manager for the South East

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