Tag Archives: Dementia Awareness Week

Dementia Awareness Week (2017): United Against Dementia (Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Dementia Awareness Week, this year, falls between May 14th – 20th 2016. Full Text Link Reference Dementia Awareness Week. [Online]: Alzheimer’s Society, May 2017.

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Timely Reflections on Dementia Awareness (NHS England / UKMi)

Summary Professor Alistair Burns, NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia, marks National Dementia Awareness Week. Full Text Link Reference Great strides are being made in dementia awareness – Professor Alistair Burns. London: NHS England, May 20th 2016. Further elaboration, … Continue reading

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Confronting Reasons Behind Delays in Diagnosis of Dementia (BBC News / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary There is a common self-fulfilling misconception that “Life ends when dementia begins”. A survey of GPs concerning patients suspecting / fearing that they could have dementia, conducted by the Alzheimer’s Society, reveals that more than half of such people … Continue reading

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Videos and Statistics for Dementia Awareness Week (2015): Thinking Ahead (Department of Health / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Dementia Awareness Week occurs this year between May 17th – 23rd 2015. The theme this year is about living a good life with dementia (as far as possible), and preserving self-esteem, dignity and independence. Five videos have been released … Continue reading

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Dementia Awareness Week (2015): Thinking Ahead (Alzheimer’s Society / UKMi)

Summary Dementia Awareness Week this year is May 17th – 23rd 2015. The theme this year is about looking forward to living a good life with dementia, and anticipating enjoyment in the future (particularly so during the earlier stages). Full … Continue reading

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