We take a look at what's been going on in the world of Unforgettable™ over the past week.

Why hens can be a cracking dementia therapy

We looked into how care homes nationwide are catching on to the power of hen therapy for people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

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A new ‘brain pacemaker’ offers hope to people with dementia

Scientists have developed an electrical brain implant which could help restore memory in Alzheimer’s and dementia patients.

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‘Ostrich approach’ to future care could spell trouble later on

Head of the charity, Carer’s Trust, claimed the younger generation needs to ‘wake up’ and start talking about their parents’ future care arrangements, rather than putting their head in the sand.

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New initiative to provide compassion and care at the end of life

We investigated plans by terminal illness charity Marie Curie to develop a new approach to end of life dementia care.

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And finally…

Here’s our founder James Ashwell and CEO David Lethbridge having some official publicity shots taken by photographer Michael Crabtree.

To read James' story about caring for his mum, click here.

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