How to use this site
You won’t need a science degree to navigate around this site, but of course you’re welcome if you already have one! While I’m a scientist myself, I’ve written the ‘sciency’ stuff to be as accessible as possible. If you are keen to delve deeper to learn more about the science, I’ve given you some more specialist explanations, videos or links to open source or free journal articles to satisfy your curiosity. You won’t find any speculation or hype here, everything of a scientific nature has been sourced from peer-reviewed publications.
In many of the sections of the site, you will see two or three toggles like these that you can click for more information.
Once you open up this section you will find more detail of a specialist nature with links to scientific publications you can readily download.
Sometimes there may be another option where I use anecdotal evidence to help explain things from my own personal experience, that you may be able to relate to.
One will already be open when you first visit a particular page, giving non-specialist information. The second will provide some more in-depth science as described above, and the third will be the occasions where I feel information from my own personal experience supporting my own mum with Alzheimer’s, may be helpful.