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Music4Dementia2020 Apr 21
‘Music is the last thing to go.’ The wonderful Miriam Margolyes on BBC2 demonstrates the power of in a care home.
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Cohen Veterans Bioscience Apr 21
A Netflix documentary premiering May 1st called "This Is Dementia" explores the causes of , misinformation surrounding the disease, and the experiences of people touched by it.
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Dementia Carers Count Apr 23
All human beings benefit from feeling able to nurture and love someone or something. Pet therapy has been shown to reduce levels of depression, anxiety, agitation and loneliness. Seeing people with nurture these orphan lambs is so heart-warming.
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The Jesson Press 2m
Normal memory loss is not the same as . Know the difference. You may need to recognize it in a loved one.
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Katie Tucker Apr 21
used to be the woman who would set the table, make the entire holiday meal, and clean up—she was the boss. Her doesn’t allow this anymore. She was delighted to have the job of hand drying the dishes today. Do things with them, not instead of or despite them.
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Widows Empowerment Trust 2h
How our volunteer using Dancing to increase happinesss 25/4/19 Lets get dancing
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Bethany Samaddar Apr 19
I danced & flit thru promised time Memories locked in faithful mind But now they slip&edges fray One by one they rust & flee I sit &wait for your face to fade A thief’s conquest I can’t evade Stay with me as raiders come Shelter in this love we’ve spun
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The Jesson Press 9m
and normal aging are not the same thing.
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Art Branches Apr 24
Some great drawing skills developing this morning ⁦⁩ ⁦ hub
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Honiton Dementia 30m
“The happiest musical ever made” Really looking forward to our friendly nostalgic 2pm today. All welcome to come and be uplifted!
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British Deaf Assoc 22h
Dementia Assessments for people Emma Ferguson-Coleman is researching ‘Deaf people with ’. Emma discusses the need for to the assessments for Deaf people. For full video, transcript, and contact details, click:
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the DAWN Method Apr 19
Although the memory and rational thought losses of take away the ability to consider options and exercise choice, the desire and need for control over our lives remains intact. We should be actively looking for ways to preserve and enhance a sense of autonomy.
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Young Dementia Network Apr 18
We have a save the date for Network members who are Researchers. Our Research Event is on Monday 24 June 2019, in Sheffied. The focus will be on Employment, Family Interventions and Health and Social Care education related to young onset .
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