Delirium Awareness Videos

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Delirium in older adults often goes unrecognised by health care professionals and can be poorly managed. We encourage you to use this tool as a resource for information or training about delirium, whether you are a health care professional, a family member or a caregiver for someone at risk of delirium. This video was produced with the aim of improving recognition and management of delirium in any healthcare setting. Key Mesage: Suspect it, Spot it, Stop it. Length: 5 min.

#DeliriumReady Video

People with Dementia have higher risk of developing delirium. We have produced this video to raise the awareness of Delirium Superimposed Dementia and also signposted ways of managing it using a tool we developed (delirium wheel) that can be used in care home, Hospital or community setting  Length: 4 min.
















Patient Information

Delirium Patient Booklet A bookllet for people who have experienced delirium, and for their carers


Printable Resources

Delirium Wheel 
Delirium Prompt Card 
Delirium Banner



Example Sheet Completed


Blank Sheet for Download

Delirium Colouring Sheet 


Other Resources

E-learning   The Recovery College Online website has been developed by Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust there is a wide range of information on mental health and wellbeing topics and includes a delirium e-learning course.  You will need to sign up for an account which is free.
Journal of Gerontological Nursing Are Antipsychotics Helpful for Preventing or Treating Delirium?
West Yorkshire and Harrogate Integrated Care System  Raising Awareness and Training of Delirium (Think Delirium resoruces)
Delirium E-Learning Raising Awareness of Delirium - Training to help raise awareness of signs and symptoms of delirium across all care settings.  Reducing the incidence of missed diagnosis of Delirium that can lead to inappropriate treatment being initiated which can have very serious consequences in some cases.  Delirium can be prevented and treated easily if identified early. Hosted on the elearning for health platform.