Books & Advice

Books

Coping with Memory Problems (1997) by Barbara Wilson and Linda Clare, £16.50, available for purchase from –

www.pearsonclinical.co.uk

Memory Disorders in Clinical Practice (1988) by Narinder Kapur (approx £25)

Injured Brains of Medical Minds: Views from Within (1997) by Narinder Kapur (approx £57)

The Paradoxical Brain (2011) edited by Narinder Kapur (approx £47)

Sample chapters available here

 

 

ADVICE

A LISTING OF SOME WEBSITES THAT INCLUDE DISCUSSION ABOUT MEMORY LOSS AND MEMORY IMPROVEMENT (June 2012)

 (This listing is not meant to be detailed or exhaustive, nor meant to be an endorsement of information in the sites. In addition, some web sites may lapse over time.

 

www.memory-key.com

Range of topics relating to memory, including memory improvement

 

www.memoryzine.com

Resources and software relating to memory improvement

 

www.bbc.co.uk/sn/tvradio/programmes/memory/

Items relating to programmes by the British Broadcasting Corporation on memory

 

www.encephalitis.info

Encephalitis society in UK

 

www.memorylossonline.com/

Newsletters about memory, the site being related to the memory research lab at Rutgers University, USA

 

www.memoryrehab.co.uk

About memory loss and ways to improve it

 

www.livingwithmemoryloss.com

General resource for those with memory loss or their carers, with excellent links to other, related organizations

 

www.gloriousopportunity.org

Advice on coping with Alzheimer’s Disease, written by a doctor who suffers from the condition

 

www.alzscot.org/pages/worried_about_my_memory.htm

Alzheimer Scotland, who produce a booklet ‘Worried about your memory’ that is free to download

 

www.headway.org.uk/Modules/Search/Default.aspx?contentID=2117&keyword=memory

The UK head injury organization, Headway, who produce a couple of booklets on memory problems after brain injury

 

alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents.php?categoryID=200344

The UK Alzheimer’s Disease Society, who produce a number of resources to support people with memory difficulties

 

www.braininjuryhub.co.uk/information-library/memory

The UK Children’s Trust, who provide advice on helping children with brain injury cope with memory difficulties

 

Skye McDonald’s Lab  /  Moving Ahead

Two websites, based in Australia, which have excellent Neuropsychology resources.