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Posted by Ailidh Aikman, on 17th July
DSDC is delighted to welcome Gayle Henry to the team, as Learning & Development Officer. Gayle has been a Registered Adult Nurse since 2000 with experience working in care homes and community...
by Ailidh Aikman
You can take some simple steps to support your family and friends with dementia to enjoy Christmas. Here’s some top tips from the DSDC:...
by Wendy Perry
When teaching the Making activity meaningful for people with dementia course I always make the point that meaningful activity is one of the most...
by Gayle Henry
When approaching end of life, unnecessary hospital admissions and cumbersome interventions can negatively impact quality of life for an individual...
by DSDC Team
Members of the University of Stirling’s Dementia and Ageing Research Group (DARG) involved in the UK-Japan Network project, including: Prof...
by Lesley Palmer
World population is ageing and with that the profile of the ‘end-user’ is changing too. Data from the World Population Prospects report1...