Dementia Resource Bundle




This Bundle Includes:

  1. Ciúnas is a set of resources to support prayer sessions for people of the Roman Catholic faith. This 40-minute Ciúnas DVD contains recordings of Roman Catholic hymns and prayers, with religious images and scenic views around Ireland. There are hymns such as Holy God, Sweet Heart of Jesus, The Bells of the Angelus, I’ll sing A Hymn to Mary and the Latin Benediction Hymns. It was developed and produced by Engaging Dementia (formerly Sonas apc).
  2. Hiding the Stranger in the Mirror: A Detective’s Manual for Solving Problems Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders by Cameron J. Camp
  3.  The ‘Can You See What I See?’ book promotes living well with dementia and advocates for a society to see the person first and not the disease. It is strongly informed by listening to people with dementia, and to those who support them, their families, friends and the medical professionals.The ‘Can You See What I See?’ book can be shared with both young and old in your communities, with your family and friends, students and work colleagues to start conversations and inspire all to see people that live with dementia as valued citizens and support them to remain engaged, feel included and live well in their communities.The book is 40 pages and includes 12 full colour hand painted illustrations. Each picture is accompanied by text that tells a story and offers the reader some suggestions to supporting a person living with Dementia. The practical things we can all do, which may have a positive effect on a person’s day. I also share my own story, my personal interest in dementia and my passionate belief to see the person behind a diagnosis.



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