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Ian Kremer 2h
Understanding how memory works and taking action to improve your memory are valuable in their own right. But keep in mind (no pun intended) that brain games are not proven to prevent, delay or reduce your chances of developing disease or other forms of .
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the DAWN Method 2h
While many experts concentrate on treating the negative behaviors of , it is vastly more helpful to our dementia friends when we concentrate on, and actively work to undo, dementia’s negative impacts on their emotions. Learn more:
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AleciaLouise 11h
Finally made it out for my birthday meal last night (cancelled the previous 2nights in a row). Looking after Nan (98) with means you need a plan a, b, c, d, e & f. Flexibility & patience required! Thank you 4amazing food & service ❤️ 🥩
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CarersMatterNorfolk 4h
Next month in partnership with we are running a event called 'Dementia Matters' in . It is an opportunity for and other people to learn about a number of topics about dementia. For more info please visit:
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CAHS Jan 16
Find out about Canada’s priorities in this new report: ?
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JAGS Jan 11
Care fragmentation, lack of accessible resources prior to crisis, and unmet patient/caregiver needs drive emergency care use for persons with .
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DementiaCareMatters Jan 16
This remember that the most important part about dementia care is love. If carers are allowed to express their emotions and treat 'residents' as family members then the love can flow both ways, and improve everyone's lives.
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CABHI Jan 18
We're proud to support a pioneering study that explores how language development technology can improve quality of life for older adults living with and their caregivers. Learn more ➡️
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Project Forget-me-not Jan 14
I believe these are a way we can provide quality of life to patients - the choice is stare at a ceiling, or provide something clinically proven to enhance quality of life.
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Dr Angela Clifford Jan 18
Our caregiver study is going well, all approvals gained and we are now interviewing, hearing people's stories and learning how we can better offer support. For more information visit our ERAS page
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Ian Kremer 42m
Please re-Tweet this valuable resource about in care. (image via )
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Karen Johnson Jan 16
The community, care partners, professionals, orgs, & advocates need to keep pushing this. Improve care and quality of life for dementia patients, expert panel urges
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Laura Sweet Jan 14
I'm writing down things I'm grateful for abt my dad.The 1st pass, stream of consciousness, yielded 3 pgs. I intend to send him a thank you letter, or perhaps I will record it in a message (at HIGH VOLUME!). He and I have come a long way. He doesn't recognize loved ones.
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Beccy B 11h
My very talented mum has made a large taggy blanket from fabric & crocheted rainbow squares for my grandad who suffers from dementia ❤️ The bright colours and different textures will hopefully keep his brain stimulated 🌈
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Kathryn Mannix Jan 17
'Why is my head so full of things to say, but before they reach my mouth I forget what they are?' A beautiful, poignant and inspiring talk about .
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Leonard Shapiro Jan 17
Journal entry and drawings of my Mom who has alzheimer's dementia. On a sci-art exhibition at the Walsh Gallery, Seton Hall University, New Jersey. Co-curated by Taney Roniger and
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the DAWN Method Jan 16
Whenever I am with someone experiencing , I assume the role of mood creator. I make sure that I am not radiating sadness, concern, or amazement at their impairments. For both of us, I am looking for something beautiful, funny, or heartwarming to enjoy.
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Michael Hadjimichael Jan 18
is delighted to team up with Dementia Action Alliance to raise profile of dementia and the great work Estuary do. We've arranged a space for residents at Centre Place reception to come and create their own 'memory boxes'
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Market Street Viera Jan 15
We believe in helping residents express themselves in new and innovative ways. Visit our website to learn how our Memories in the Making program uses art to enrich the lives of our residents with disease and other forms of :
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National DAA Jan 17
Good to hear about funding for a new service in Manchester to support people living with using arts, creativity & reminiscence. will provide the service at the EachStep Blackley care home which is run by . Read more at
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