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In this section we offer you advice on the ways in which you can speak up about the support which you receive. This might involve making a complaint, but could involve giving positive feedback to the people who are supporting you.
Whether you feel nervous around new technology or you're someone who likes to have the latest gadgets, these pages explain the benefits technology can bring, helping you and yours to live independently, or get fitter and healthier.
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If you or your loved one's memory is getting worse, it does not necessarily mean they are developing dementia.
For more information read Alzheimer's Society guide 'How can I tell if I have dementia'
However, if you are worried about your or your loved one's memory, make an appointment with:
You could perhaps suggest that you go along with them.
Raising the issue of memory loss - and possibly dementia - can be difficult.
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