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Posted by Ailidh Aikman, on 12th October
The King and Queen of Sweden paid a royal visit to the University of Stirling at the start of October to learn about its world-leading dementia research. His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf and Her...
by Lesley Palmer
In our fourth and final evidence session of the National Housing and Dementia Forum, organised by the Scottish Government, Co-Chairs Ashley Campbell...
by Ailidh Aikman
A recent project, ‘Knowing what to say and how to say it’, focused on people’s experiences of talking about health issues, in...
by Ailidh Aikman
It is thought that India has one of the largest populations of older people with dementia in the world. The number of people over the age of 60 in...
by Gayle Henry
The Herbert Protocol is a UK national initiative launched on 21st September 2021, specifically designed for people who have had a diagnosis of...
by Ailidh Aikman
At DSDC we believe every effort to improve quality of life for people living with dementia should be celebrated, no matter how big or small. This...
by DSDC Guest
Periods of lockdown during the pandemic have meant considerable changes for many, including finding alternative ways to communicate with loved ones....

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