The Dementia Academy is holding a series of weekly #DementiaCovid19 webinars to share experiences, resources and information regarding the frontline care and support of people with dementia and their care partners in the COVID-19 world.

Please note that all session and slide content are the views of the Speakers, not the Dementia Academy. The content of the recording is the speaker’s personal opinion at the time of recording. Due to the everchanging situation, advice given at the time of recording is subject to change.

Alzheimer’s disease & dementia – An evidence update for COVID-19

27 May 2020 | Prof Iracema Leroi, Dr Clara Domínguez Vivero, Dr Joseph Kane & Dr Yaohua Chen

Virtual clinics in COVID times

14 May 2020 | Prof Iracema Leroi & Dr David Robinson

Supporting the mental wellbeing of dementia clinicians in a COVID-19 world

15 May 2020 | Jo Johnson, Dr Clara Domínguez Vivero

Remote cognitive testing with older people with hearing and vision impairment

14 May 2020 | Prof Iracema Leroi, Dr Walter Wittich & Dr Natalie Phillips

Supporting families and care partners of people living with dementia in a COVID-19 world

6 May 2020 | Prof Iracema Leroi, Diana Burgui, Dr Clara Domínguez Vivero, Dr Joseph Kane & Zena Aldridge

Alzheimer’s disease & dementia – Care and support in a COVID-19 world: Nurse perspectives from the frontline

1 May 2020 | Prof Iracema Leroi, Diana Burgui, Dr Clara Domínguez Vivero, Dr Karen Harrison Dening, Dr Joseph Kane & Dr Gregor Russell

Alzheimer’s disease & dementia – Care and support in a COVID-19 world: Sharing experiences from the frontline

24 April 2020 | Prof Iracema Leroi, Diana Burgui, Dr Karen Harrison Dening, Dr Clara Domínguez Vivero, Dr Rónán O’Caoimh & Dr Gregor Russell

Admiral nursing – Adapting practice in light of COVID-19

23 April 2020 | Dr Karen Harrison Dening

Dementia Care on the frontline – Remote ‘virtual’ memory clinics

23 April 2020 | Dr Rónán O’Caoimh & Dr Karen Harrison Dening

COVID-19 – What does this mean for advance care planning in dementia?

23 April 2020 | Dr Karen Harrison Dening & Dr Rónán O’Caoimh