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    JDC asks...

    Many care homes still rely on antipsychotic medication for some people with dementia. But do they have any alternative?

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  • Occupational therapy and 'rementia'

    Occupational therapy and 'rementia'

    20.04.18 Jackie Pool speaks up for the occupational therapy role in dementia care in the “social life blog” on the Guardian’s Social Care Network. Her focus is on “rementia”, the possible reversal of some dementia symptoms by helping individuals to improve and regain specific functions like making a cup of tea or using a mobile phone. Pool, head of memory care and programming at Sunrise Senior Living, says: “Underlying the practice are the latest developments in neuroscience, which explores how functions can be regained by enabling new links between neurons to work in place of damaged ones. This phenomenon of rewiring the brain is well understood but has not yet been applied widely to dementia care, where it has huge potential to help people in the early stages of the condition.” To read the blog, click HERE

  • University of Worcester confirmed as UKDC academic partner

    University of Worcester confirmed as UKDC academic partner

    19.04.18 It has been announced that the University of Worcester’s Association for Dementia Studies (ADS) will be Academic Partner for JDC’s UK Dementia Congress this year, taking place in Brighton and running from 6 – 8 November. Dr Richard Hawkins, editor-in-chief of JDC, said: “We are delighted that the Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester, has been confirmed as the Academic Partner for UK Dementia Congress 2018. Under the leadership of Professor Dawn Brooker, the ADS is a multi-professional group of educationalists, researchers and practitioners who exactly reflect the audience at Congress, the UK’s largest annual dementia event. We look forward very much to working with the University of Worcester.”


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