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    According to Alzheimer's Society, nearly two-thirds of people with dementia who live on their own feel lonely. What is the solution to loneliness?

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News Update

  • Dementia support guide

    Dementia support guide

    22.06.18 A dementia support guide produced by the Local Government Association (LGA), in partnership with the Dementia Action Alliance, highlights innovative practice by councils in supporting people living with dementia. The LGA said councils had a unique role to play in this support: “As well as providing care and support on a statutory basis, they have a role to lead on prevention and early intervention by promoting good health and wellbeing.” The guide, “Dementia: Post-diagnosis support,” can be found HERE

  • London Assembly wants YOD in dementia friendly city plans

    London Assembly wants YOD in dementia friendly city plans

    21.06.18 An investigation into young onset dementia (YOD) by the London Assembly Health Committee has recommended that bus operators in the capital implement dementia awareness training and that eligibility for subsidised travel recognises the impact of cognitive impairment. Calling on London mayor Sadiq Khan to include YOD in his plans to make the capital a dementia-friendly city, the committee said there was little awareness of how dementia affected younger people and very little post-diagnostic support for them. It said young people living with dementia needed more support to stay in employment. Health committee chair Onkar Sahota said diagnosis rates and quality of care varied from borough to borough – “but everyone in London should have access to the same level of support,” he said.

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