SCIE Dementia Gateway: Newly Improved (SCIE)

Summary

The SCIE Dementia Gateway has been relaunched. This is now produced in partnership with the Salford Institute for Dementia. At the G8 Dementia Summit, SCIE’s Chair Lord Michael Bichard reminded delegates about the “essential role of social care and support for people with dementia, their family and friends”. Research and guidance in this area will be as important as medical research into the causes of dementia for the foreseeable future.

SCIE’s Dementia Gateway, launched in 2009, is an online resource offering advice information and training. The Gateway was re-developed and re-launched to coincide with the 2013 G8 Summit on Dementia.

Read more: SCIE: Dementia G8 Summit: research into care and support as important as medical research.

The main sections currently include:

  1. Dementia Gateway.
  2. About the Dementia Gateway.
  3. Understanding Dementia.
  4. Living With Dementia.
  5. Dementia Friendly Environments.
  6. All Sections (All Topics).
  7. Resources.
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Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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