Dementia Care

2nd March 2019

Positive mental wellbeing linked to better brain health in later life      

Positive mental wellbeing is related to better brain health among older adults and can even reduce the risk of dementia and cognitive decline later in life […]
13th February 2019

Alzheimer’s Society and Sport England launch first Dementia-Friendly Sport and Physical Activity Guide

Alzheimer’s Society and Sport England have joined forces to call on the sport and physical activity sector to commit to becoming dementia friendly and reduce the […]
17th January 2019

Game-changing investment in people affected by dementia

A ground-breaking investment of £2.5 million has been announced by the Life Changes Trust to create a School of Leadership in Dementia and a National Forum […]
15th November 2018

Inspired into care

Here, Tony Grundy talks about the personal experience that inspired him to work in the care sector. Since leaving school many years ago my chosen career […]
5th November 2018

Why training and support is essential in creating a happy workforce

Commander Brian Boxall-Hunt, CEO for specialist maritime charity, The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society, explores how the recruitment and retention of staff is key to the running […]
9th September 2018

31 year old with dementia weds childhood sweetheart

Daniel Bradbury, from Nottingham, was diagnosed with dementia last year aged just 30. Daniel has a rare genetic form of Alzheimer’s inherited from his father who […]
1st August 2018

PillTime: Medication made simple

Medication errors are a huge issue for the NHS A recent report by the Department of Health and Social Care estimates that 237 million medication errors […]