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Study confirms need for more support for those with dementia who are taking medication. Research from Aston University, Hull University and the Univer
After the death of her mother Shirley at the end of last year, dementia carer Linda Harman shares her feelings on the highs and lows of the experience
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Being able to speak a second language could slow brain ageing and reduce the risk of dementia, say Canadian researchers People who are bilingual use t
Never underestimate how challenging it can be to care for a loved one with dementia. If you’re going through a tough time right now (it happens to a
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Research published in the The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry has confirmed the effectiveness of using tablet computers to support people wit
No reaction: Why are they withdrawing from me? Does a loved one with dementia seem to look straight through you? Do they remain silent no matter how m
A virtual reality game created by Australian developers is helping people with dementia and even reducing the amount of anti-psychotic drugs they need
A Canadian study claims pollution and road traffic noise could be a factor in your risk of developing dementia. New research published in The Lancet h
Distressing behaviour can be an upsetting part of the dementia journey. But some families claim their loved ones have become calmer and happier than e
The actor who plays Ashley Thomas in Emmerdale talks to us about how an innovative episode of the soap next week will show his character’s dementia
Joy Watson was diagnosed with dementia on her 55th birthday. Here she shares her thoughts about the diagnosis process and how she’s learnt to adjust
Resident video blogger Virginia Bailey is embarking on stRIDE17 – a 450-mile cycle ride across England, Wales and the Isle of Man. Here, she explain
Dementia campaigner Beth Britton reveals why her father’s dementia journey shaped her life and compelled her to make a difference Dementia came int
She composed the hauntingly beautiful soundtrack to a Christmas TV campaign about dementia and recently released an electro pop album which explores t
He’s been a passionate dementia campaigner since losing his beloved Nan to the condition. Here, astrologer, actor and presenter Russell Grant, 65, s
He’s a stand-up comic who’s known for being a Grumpy Old Man, so when his mum Hazel was diagnosed with dementia, comedian and actor Arthur Smith n