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Will Thorp Sep 18
My Dad was a vet for 30yrs. He’s had for a little while now and as painful as it is to watch his decline, it’s absolutely lovely to see he hasn’t lost his touch with the animals 😊
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Julia Powell Sep 14
Today, the weekend looms large. I'm looking after my mother who lives w/ . Between now & Monday I only have 2.45 hours off. She needs to be engaged fairly constantly or she quickly descends into despair or becomes anxious. Hard work. .
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World Health Organization (WHO) 22h
Replying to @WHO
How many people are affected by ? There are nearly 10 million new cases every year. That's one case every 3 seconds.
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Ian Kremer 1h
Some people ask why I spend precious time on social media, or say (some of) my posts are sappy. Many more people — kind and generous people — welcome or need simple messages of hope, purpose and dignity when facing disease and other forms of .
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 21
Today is . 's disease is the most common form of and may contribute to 60–70% of cases. People with dementia need access to care. Let's ensure the dignity of every person with a condition is respected.
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Ian Kremer Sep 20
So THAT’S The Difference Between And by Colleen Travers
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World Health Organization Western Pacific 21h
Replying to @WHOWPRO
Care is needed for people with , such as enabling self-care or empowering them to do as much as possible themselves. Engaging through social activities through dementia-friendly communities is one way to support people living with the disease.
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VirtualKidAvenue Sep 16
Jumping the gun on Halloween in the middle of September ✨
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Ian Kremer Sep 18
Please reTweet to help raise awareness that not all is Alzheimer's disease.There are 100+ different types of dementia, including . Learn more:
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Prof Clive Ballard Sep 19
in can have a major impact on quality of life for , their and families. We brought together world experts to update guidance and found non-drug approaches prove the most effective:
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Dementia Australia 13h
In this video, writer, ABC Radio presenter & Australia Ambassador David Astle shares his reasons for signing up as a Dementia Friend. Sign up too at & help transform the way our nation thinks, acts & talks about dementia.
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Sep 20
Are you losing track of time or getting lost in places you know well, even in your own home? See your health provider today. Early diagnosis can promote early management of . Dementia has no cure, but it can be managed:
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Lingotot Bexley 8h
Today is the launch of Lingotot Generations, where we welcome residents of a local care home to join in one of our Spanish classes. So excited to be running our FIRST class in Bexley.
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Kay Fairest Sep 21
Do you remember me, I’ve forgotten myself? (this is what my mum asked me recently 😢)
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Julie Thompson RN Sep 19
Experienced walking in the shoes of a person living with dementia today in a virtual experience. I was scared, exposed and vulnerable. I want to bring this to UHDB #@CathyWinfield
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Chris Ross 19h
I visited an aging relative who I am very close to and she didn't know me ... I'm retweeting this as it's
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Indi 6h
All set for the .. supporting a world without Great atmosphere 👍🏼😎💛
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GovCanHealth 20h
has a significant and growing impact on Canadians. On find out more about efforts to improve the quality of lives of those living with .
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Giles Sheldrick 9h
Brave Tracey Lane, 51, speaks out about her devastating diagnosis and symptoms which were initially dismissed as anxiety, depression and even the menopause ⁦
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Irish Dementia Working Groups 4h
Media interviews, fundraising, speaking engagements, book launch, culture night; we worked hard yesterday on Today we rest & reflect & remember those living with whose condition progresses. The work seeks to honour & improve their experience
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