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Alzheimer’s Society explains why its so important for people affected by dementia to get involved in research

Shared from Alzheimer’s Society blog 9th July 2018People affected by dementia are at the heart of every area of our work here at Alzheimer’s Society. It is especially of importance in the research we fund. For eight years, Matt Murray has championed the involvement of people with dementia, carers and former carers in research. Here he shares […]

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Alzheimer’s Society magazine is a great source of dementia support

This spring, the Alzheimer’s Society launched a new name for its bimonthly magazine – Dementia together. The magazine features a host of informative and inspiring true-life stories and is aimed at anyone and everyone affected by Alzheimer’s or the other many varied causes of dementia. Insert Image The Alzheimer’s Society explains….”We wanted a magazine name that makes clear […]

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GPS trackers can prove a life saver for those living with dementia

Researchers at the University of Southampton have concluded that location tracking GPS devices can play a significant part in helping people with dementia stay safe and continue to live independently.Becoming disorientated and getting lost is a common problem in people living with dementia. As many as 40% of those diagnosed get lost at some point, […]

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