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Elderly people would feel more in control of their lives if they thought about a future move to assisted accommodation or residential care before health problems force them to. This is according to new research from the University of...
The Dementia Help team will be getting a well-deserved energy boost with Munchy Seeds, the official nutrition partner of the Dementia Help Cycle Challenge. Peter Berry (director) and Christina Neal (managing director and founder) will be cycling 330 miles over...
Moving more in old age may protect brain from dementia - Alzheimer's Society comments.  A study by Rush University Medical Centre, published today in Neurology, suggests that older adults who move more than average - either in the form of daily exercise or...
The Dementia Help team is cycling 330 miles across the country in June to raise vital funds for YoungDementia UK. Dementia Help’s founder, Christina Neal, her co-director Peter Berry and website editor Dave Collison will be cycling 330 miles...
Actress Barbara Windsor was sadly diagnosed with Alzheimer's back in 2014, but only in the last few days has her husband Scott Mitchell spoken of her diagnosis. The popular actress and TV personality's husband explained that he wanted people to...
Protein tangles linked with dementia seen for the first time in patients’ brains after a single head injury, according to Alzheimer's Society.  Scientists have visualised for the first time protein ‘tangles’ associated with dementia in the brains of patients who have...
A study published today in Neurology Clinical Practice found that brief cognitive tests, used in primary care settings to evaluate memory and thinking in order to identify whether people are likely to have dementia, may often be wrong.  Researchers found that different...
World’s largest dementia study reveals two-thirds of people think dementia is a normal part of ageing, rather than a medical condition –  Alzheimer’s Society comments.  95 per cent of participants think they could develop dementia in their lifetime – a...
Employees with early onset dementia are receiving a lack of support in the workplace and early dismissal, according to research.  Those working in low paid employment are losing their jobs earlier than those working in high paid roles, a large...
Come and meet the Dementia Help team at this year's Alzheimer's Show at Olympia in London on 9-10 June. This year, for the first time, we will be hosting a networking area called Carers Corner. It's an opportunity to come along and...

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