The Many Faces of Dementia








Last updated on March 2, 2024 12:42 am

Gain a unique insight into dementia through the stories, symptoms and science behind four less common diagnoses.

Add your review

Who is the course for?

The only requirement is an interest in dementia, its effects on people and the brain.

We hope that this course will be of particular interest to:

Anyone who works with people diagnosed with dementia

People who have a friend or family member who has dementia

People in the early stages of the disease

Students with an interest in learning more about dementia

What topics will you cover?

This course covered four less common diagnoses of dementia, the people involved and the implications of these for our wider understanding. Core topics included:

the symptoms and science behind familial Alzheimer’s disease

behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia

dementia with Lewy bodies and posterior cortical atrophy.

Learners explored and discussed the changes in the brain underlying these conditions plus how support and care can help people live well with dementia.

What will you achieve?

By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…

Identify the range of symptoms that people experience as a result of less-common dementia diagnoses.

Explain how diagnoses of dementia differ in terms of the parts of the brain affected and the causes of changes in the brain.

Reflect upon the experience of people who are given a diagnosis of dementia.

Explore the role of scientific research in furthering our ability to care for and treat people with dementia.

Apply this knowledge to develop a broader understanding of the symptoms and experiences of people with more common forms of dementia.

Evaluate your own views and experiences, in comparison to those expressed by others.

User Reviews

0.0 out of 5
Write a review

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The Many Faces of Dementia”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


    Your Email (required)

    Report this page
    The Many Faces of Dementia
    The Many Faces of Dementia
    Skip to content