Reducing stress in later life and end of life18 May 2018,
Stuart Hill talks about the recent passing of his grandmother from dementia and how we can reduce stress towards the end of people's lives.
Learning disability and dementia: ensuring wellbeing and inclusive communities19 September 2017, Christine-Koulla Burke
Millie Macdonald and Christine Burke look at how we can enable people with a learning disability and dementia to live well.
Championing the rights of people living with dementia16 May 2017, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
A growing public focus on dementia is promising, but there are huge steps we need to take with regards human rights, says Antonis Kousoulis.
Is it wrong to lie to a person with dementia?13 December 2016, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Antonis Kousoulis breaks down the findings of a major inquiry into dementia and truth-telling.
Dementia is a condition associated with a decline in the brain’s cognitive ability. There are various types of dementia, with two of the most common being Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia.
My mum and I: an unbreakable bond
Adam cared for his mum when she was diagnosed with early onset dementia until her passing, aged 54. Here, he shares his moving story.
Is it nice outside? Mental Health Foundation collaborates on new study into dementia and the natural environment11 March 2016,
Working in collaboration with Natural England , Dementia Adventure , and Innovations in Dementia , the Mental Health Foundation has today welcomed the publication of a new study into dementia and the natural environment – Is it nice outside? Consulting people living with dementia and carers about...