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Posted by DSDC Team, on 20th November
BUPA recently hosted a webinar about dementia and how the UK can gain a better understanding of the condition. With speakers Professor Graham Stokes (Global Director of Dementia Care at Bupa) and...
by Henriette Laidlaw
The introduction of the ‘Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia’ in 2012 heralded a UK wide, public focus on the ‘...
by DSDC Team
Does your organisation: Involve volunteers? Have a role in supporting those living with dementia, their family, or their friends?...
by DSDC Team
The recommendations of a new report United Kingdom Homecare Association Ltd (UKHCA) focus on what is needed to ensure that people living...
by DSDC Team
As director of the Jockey Club Centre of Positive Ageing and a Professor in the Department of Medicine & Therapeutics at the Chinese...
by DSDC Team
The new guidelines from NICE focus on how changes in lifestyle can reduce the risk of dementia. What do the new guidelines mean to health...
by DSDC Team
Technology has a significant role to play in improving dementia care, especially in reaching out to isolated communities. But it cannot be seen as a...

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