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The Lancet Jul 30
NEW—40% of cases could be prevented or delayed by targeting 12 risk factors throughout life: finding from 2020 update to Commission on dementia prevention, intervention, and care
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A.F. Branco Cartoons Aug 6
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Ian Kremer 23h
Please re-Tweet to spread enormous thanks to all who value and !
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Murray The Owl™ Aug 5
Happy birthday Koko Bear, she is 6 today & over the last 6 years has worked with , we are very proud of her 🤗🐕😍😘🥳
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Nathan Davies 17h
How has covid-19 affected people living with dementia and their from backgrounds? We are looking to speak to people with and carers to find out! Please get in touch with pushpa or me if interested: p.nair@ucl.ac.uk
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Dementia Carers Count Aug 6
Curious about the coaching for family carers on our three-day courses? In this video, Sue and Andrew chat about the coaching process and explain why it's helpful for family carers.
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ADI Aug 6
Over 50 million people globally are living with . In 2020 people with dementia & other underlying conditions are especially susceptible to isolation & severe symptoms. Join us in raising awareness for this September:
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LittleArtSchoolTrust 15h
Residents Susan and Mae at Shalom Care Home in Dreghorn benefiting from our digital art tutorials ☺️🦋
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AHPDementia Aug 5
Insulated plates can be used to keep food warmer for longer giving someone with time to enjoy and finish their meal.
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Ian Kremer Aug 1
Please re-Tweet if you agree that and other forms of are unaffordable financially, physically, emotionally & ethically. We need better care and support, and more research to .
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dmrf Aug 5
Led by 28 world-leading experts, including Dalhousie's Dr. Kenneth Rockwood, a new report links 12 risk factors to dementia. CTV's Avis Favaro has more on this pivotal research.
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the DAWN Method Aug 6
As the care partners of people experiencing , it is important to understand that we are teammates, partners. We are walking with people who are our equals. We have different skills, but we walk together. They have as much to give us as we have to give them.
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Ian Kremer Aug 4
Please re-Tweet to encourage everyone to communicate with — never talk past — the person living with disease or another form of .
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AlzSoc_Martin Aug 6
Glad to hear Dr. Joe McEvoy on discussing and raising the impact of on people living with According to the it's the most common pre-existing condition found among deaths involving COVID-19. working to tackle this.
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Arash Bazrafshan Aug 5
The benefits of music go far beyond providing entertainment. Music is a non-pharmaceutical, non-verbal & highly flexible medium for supporting well-being. It's important to see music not only as an activity but as part of daily care.
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Ian Kremer Aug 5
Join us August 13 for the free virtual with research themes including , , , and care settings. Register to attend:
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Dr Clara Russell Aug 6
Interesting opinion piece: Social isolation amid COVID-19 pandemic boosts risk of dementia in older adults.
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the DAWN Method Aug 5
will shuffle, reorder, and delete our memories. But we are more than a specific and carefully cataloged collection of past events. We are also experiencing life from one moment to the next, and those experiences should continue to give us a sense of value and purpose.
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Hester Aug 5
We had an excellent time this morning, dancing, drumming and laughing! If you’d like to join next week then just sign up you can be anywhere in the world!!! Pls share
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AHPDementia Aug 4
Occupational Therapists understand that the person living with is the expert in their own life and they will work in collaboration with individuals to identify personally meaningful activities and goals
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