Recognising the 8 signs of Vascular Dementia

What is Vascular Dementia? Vascular dementia is a form of dementia which occurs due to the blood vessels deep within the brain becoming narrower, restricting the blood flow to the brain. This can happen through a stroke or transient ischaemic attacks – more commonly known as TIA or mini strokes. Regrettably, it is estimated that […]

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  • 18 January 2021

Free online course to help family carers and professionals understand more about dementia and its progression

A free, online course for family carers of people living with dementia, and health and social care professionals, has been launched by Newcastle University and FutureLearn. “Dementia Care: Living Well as Dementia Progresses” has been designed to help carers develop an understanding of the progression of dementia and the steps that they can be take to anticipate […]

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  • 28 March 2019

Bridgnorth provides goal-den opportunities with its dementia football group

A dementia football group near Bridgnorth is going from strength to strength, with members as old as 94 joining in and scoring goals. Rory Smith, writing for the Shropshire Star explains more…The dementia football group, which was established in 2017, is aimed at improving coordination, social skills, balance and mobility of people suffering from dementia. Organised by […]

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  • 12 March 2019
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