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ADI 18h
The Government of Canada has today launched a national plan. This crucial strategy will give the half a million people currently living with dementia access to quality care, support & treatment, & equip others with knowledge to reduce their risk:
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André Picard 8h
Ottawa releases five-year, $50-million national strategy that focuses on prevention, by via
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Denise Wilton 12h
I went into hospital today to visit my first boss, a strong woman who ran a café when I was 15. She has . I took photos of back then, I held her hand, encouraged her to eat. & someone to listen & laugh with can be the best medicine, despite them not knowing you
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Trowbridge Service Users Group 1h
People with and can now apply for a blue badge Officials say the scheme will “offer a lifeline to people with 'hidden disabilities'
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NWBoroughsHealthcare Jun 11
Our new courtyard at Rydal ward in has been designed to meet the needs of older people with dementia. What a fantastic opening event 🥰 big thanks to the Spectrum Community Choir for getting our patients in the mood for a good ole sing along 🎶
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Irish in Britain 16m
The APPG on launches a new report at their meeting today: Hidden No More 2.5K people answered the call for evidence, among findings 98% said "people living with dementia are treated differently to people with other health conditions or disabilities"
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Slow Shopping 2m
Slow Shopping enables businesses to organise their resources effectively to meet the needs of customers who have additional needs.
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Dr. Roger Wong 19h
The National Dementia Strategy for Canada is now published! The 3 national objectives are to prevent dementia, advance therapies, and improve the quality of life of people living with dementia and caregivers.
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BrightCopperKettlesCIC 55m
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Ian Kremer Jun 13
Let’s all help our friends at raise awareness and fight stigma regarding disease and other forms of by taking a few minutes to complete the dementia attitudes survey!
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The Jesson Press 3h
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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ARUK Oxford Network Jun 14
Free registration is now open for our network Research day on July 31 A day of talks and posters on our regions research - Keynote talk from on the underlying mechanism of
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Teri Stephenson 14m
Very proud of colleagues this morning delivering a Dementia Friends session at our colleague induction session. Really happy to be doing this as part of our corporate induction.
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Sam Carney 24m
Launch of ‘Hidden no more: Dementia and disability’ report from APPG on upholding the rights of people with dementia
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Camilla Lindholm 54m
Elisabeth Dalby Kristiansen on associative talk as an asset in intetaction.
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Fylde Coast Dementia 1h
Next dementia hub on Friday 28th June 1-3pm at Forest Gate Fire Station Blackpool. Lots of information, support and advice for people living with dementia or worried about memory loss. Look forward to seeing you there
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Alzheimer Scotland 17h
We’re calling for equal access to healthcare for people living with advanced . Join us and sign up to our campaign:
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DFC_Tamworth 1h
Know someone with memory loss or ? Come & make friends at the memory café, TODAY & every Tuesday at Sacred Heart Church.
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CALTC.ca 20h
Facial-recognition technology may help detect pain in patients with severe dementia via
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Dex Randall 11h
Is depression in the over 60s an early symptom of and a consequence of years of changes in the brain? Some scientists believe it is.
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