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Suppose I Lose It: An Update by Joan Bakewell (BBC Radio 4)

Summary Joan Bakewell, today on BBC Radio 4, explored the subject of dementia, how dementia affects people and their families, the importance of early diagnosis, various aspects of person-centered care, the services available post-diagnosis, and the importance of dementia-friendly communities. … Continue reading

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Suppose I Lose It: An investigation by Joan Bakewell (BBC Radio 4)

Summary Joan Bakewell, tonight on BBC Radio 4, explores the topic of dementia, how dementia affects people and their families, the importance of early diagnosis, the services available post-diagnosis, and the broader importance of dementia-friendly communities. Read and hear more (following broadcast tonight): BBC Radio … Continue reading

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Hooked-on-Music Game: Public Participation in Research (BBC News)

Summary Researchers associated with the University of Amsterdam have created an online music memory game to investigate the reasons why certain tunes are retained in long-term memory. Individuals are asked to identify popular song clips and compare these by their … Continue reading

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House of Memories: National Museums Liverpool (NML)

Summary This report is an evaluation of the House of Memories programme, run by National Museums Liverpool (NML), in using objects and memorabilia from the museum to enrich and enliven the lives of people living with dementia. “Watching people who … Continue reading

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Dementia: Ethical Issues (Nuffield Council on Bioethics)

Summary People with dementia, and those who care for them, face difficult ethical dilemmas on a day-to-day basis. This report concludes that society should do more to enable people to live well with dementia. The report presents an ethical framework to help … Continue reading

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