A series of books have been launched to help fight against dementia in Wales.
The collection of books will be free to borrow via public libraries, aimed at fostering a better understanding of the disease.
They include information and advice for people living with the condition and their carers, or anyone worried about their memory. There will also be fiction, memoir and photographic books used in reminiscence therapy.
The books have been endorsed by health professionals and will be available in Welsh.
Clinical psychologist and author, Professor Neil Frude, says books can be more reassuring for those living with dementia.
Reading Well has been delivered in England since 2013 and has already reached 778,000 people. The project in Wales is being funded by the Welsh Government.
The programme is delivered by The Reading Agency. More information can be found here.