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    Live Well, Die Well Booklet

    Important information about end-stage dementia.

    Carers Booklet
    This booklet contains important information for past and current carers about end-stage dementia.

    Coordinator’s Handbook
    This handbook is aimed at assisting Coordinators to gain an understanding of how to work in partnership with the person with end-stage dementia and their families.

    South Australian Serbs – A perspective of the older community

    A Resthaven publication developed in 2009 to provide a perspective about Serbian people and their culture.

    It is based on the findings from our project and aims to serve as a guide for service providers to help them better understand the Serbian community in South Australia and assist them to deliver culturally appropriate services.

    The Good, the Bad, and the Brilliant

    A booklet that relates the personal experiences of being a carer of, or as a person living with dementia.

    Arising from conversations with a number of carers and people living with dementia, this document aims to capture the uniqueness of each journey, while exploring the shared experience. This cohesive set of personal stories comes together as a balanced narrative that explores the good, the bad and the brilliant along the way. It should be read by all people touched by dementia, and even those who are not.

    With a Little Help… How family and friends can support a Carer

    This booklet is for the family and friends of a Carer: to help you support someone you know who is caring for someone else.

    Many Carers say that they sometimes experience a sense of isolation – that those around them, family and friends, can’t quite ‘get’ what it is that the Carer is going through. Carers we have spoken with said that they wished there was some information available to their family and friends that would help them understand and better support the Carer. Here you will find information and practical ideas to support a Carer in their important role.