Tag Archives: Helping People With Memory Problems

Precise Transcranial Brain Stimulation Improves Working Memory? (BBC News / Nature Neuroscience)

Summary Working memory (short-term memory) declines with age, but it appears that a new technique involving transcranial brain stimulation may have some potential for helping to restore working memory to levels typical of more youthful individuals. “The results provide insight … Continue reading

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Making a Difference in Dementia: Refreshed Nursing Vision and Strategy (Department of Health)

Summary The Department of Health has updated the Making a Difference in Dementia: Nursing Vision and Strategy (first published in 2013), which clarifies the role(s) and responsibilities of nurses when providing care and support for people with dementia. It explains … Continue reading

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Expert Consensus Guidelines for Family / Unpaid Carers on Assisting Persons With Cognitive Impairment or Dementia (BMC Geriatrics / Mental Health First Aid Australia)

Summary Experts were consulted with a view to developing a set of indicative guidelines for family and non-professional carers when assisting older persons either developing cognitive impairment or with dementia (or delirium). A list of potentially valuable skills (based on … Continue reading

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