The 27-minute video follows the experience of two families when a loved one develops delirium. It includes information and advice from health care professionals and medical experts. A family's ability to recognize delirium can be of life-saving importance. Getting prompt assessment and treatment for the underlying cause can mean the difference between returning to normal life or being confined to increasing levels of care, or even death.

Guidance about the care and treatment of people with, or at risk of delirium in the National Health Service of England and Wales. It is written for people with delirium, people at risk of delirium, their families or carers, or anyone with an interest in the condition.

A pamphlet for family members of an older adult who are about to return home from hospital describing signs, symptoms, and strategies for the prevention of delirium in older adults. 2 Pages.

A guide for family members of an older adult living in a long-term care facility and for older adults who are preparing to move to a long-term care facility. It gives information about mental health issues that are common among residents of long-term care homes and suggests strategies to improve their quality of life. 17 pages.

Information sheet for family and friends of patients with delirium in the hospital setting. 3 pages.

Information sheet for family and friends of patients with delirium in the hospital setting. 10 pages.

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