8 out of 10 report their dementia worsened during lockdown according to charity investigation

31 July, 2020 | Posted in: ,

Eight out of 10 people living with dementia have experienced a deterioration in their symptoms during lockdown, announced Alzheimer’s Society yesterday.  The charity, working with One Dementia Voice, have carried out an investigation of just under 2,000 individuals affected by dementia, and the findings are shocking. Aware anecdotally of the challenges of those with dementia […]

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Dementia Academy’s Brain Health Clinic blueprint published

The Brain Health blueprint, initially developed by a group of alumni and faculty within Dementia Academy, has been published in the Journal of Neurodegenerative Disorders.  The international journal has peer reviewed and published ‘Blueprint for a Brain Health Clinic to detect and manage early-stage cognitive decline: a consensus exercise’, giving its stamp of approval to […]

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A practical model for dementia prevention

28 November, 2019 | Posted in: ,

Dementia is affecting increasing proportions of our population – but did you know that over 30% of all dementia is potentially preventable by reducing many of the health and lifestyle risks we already understand? This includes vascular risk factors like obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking, and alcohol misuse. It also includes lesser-known risk factors […]

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