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As UK hospitals are pushed to the brink, there’s never been a greater need to keep loved ones with dementia safe and well at home (and away from A&a
We’ve become aware of an exciting new project to create a series of freely available, virtual reality 360 degree films that faithfully recreate popu
Scent and dementia expert Linda Harman explains why activities – even the simplest ones – can be vital for giving someone with dementia a sense of
We’re giving away 3 pairs of tickets to attend a special tea, with food especially designed and created for people with dementia Renowned dietician
Public awareness of dementia may be growing rapidly, but Kate Corr believes the language we use to describe it often seems to lag behind Laura Borrel
At the age of 22, Alex Nash has already designed an exciting range of dementia products which he hopes to launch soon. Here, Alex reveals why he becam
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Being bilingual (the ability to speak a second language) could slow brain ageing and reduce the risk of dementia, say Canadian researchers People who
Research published in the The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry has confirmed the effectiveness of using tablet computers to support people wit
She’s one of the UK’s most trusted dieticians and cordon bleu chefs and now she’s on a mission to transform the way we think about food on the d
Mr Cameron takes up his position today and starts by visiting the Alzheimer’s Research UK offices in Cambridge. Former Prime Minister David Cameron
While it is a sensitive subject, it’s vital to discuss end-of-life care as early as possible with your loved one, says Michael Beresford, Learning &
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
The leafy vegetable contains a compound that could help to prevent the build-up of toxic clumps in the brain. Another veg to consider adding to your d
Emma Lewell-Buck, MP for South Shields, South Tyneside, reveals how her gran Eleanor’s dementia left a lasting legacy. Gran was one of the strongest
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