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  • JDC Asks...

    JDC Asks...

    The ‘JDC Asks’ column invites a varied and interesting line-up of contributors to consider topical issues. For the December/January 2020 issue we asked: "Do 'environmental lies' like fake bus stops and murals in care homes play an important role in delivering person-centred care or do they simply sow confusion?"

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  • Book now for event on arts practitioner training

    Book now for event on arts practitioner training

    25.01.20 The Creative Dementia Arts Network (CDAN) is holding a Special Friends and Supporters event at St Hugh’s College Oxford on Tuesday 10 March. It will be a day of presentations about training for arts practitioners, including FLOURISH – CDAN’s flagship arts and dementia professional development programme. In addition, there will be training workshops on dance, music, poetry and the visual arts, as well as a literary lunch with journalist and campaigner Nicci Gerrard (author of “What Dementia Teaches Us About Love”) and philosopher Marianne Talbot (author of “Keeping Mum: Caring for someone with dementia”).

  • Scotland likely to introduce ban on children heading ball in training

    Scotland likely to introduce ban on children heading ball in training

    20.01.20 Evidence of links between football and dementia is likely to result in a Scottish ban on children heading the ball, reports suggest. After a Glasgow University study found that professional footballers were 3.5 times more likely than average to have died from a neurodegenerative disease, the Scottish Football Association is expected to announce a ban on under-12s heading the ball in training. Although there appears to be a correlation between football and dementia, there is no evidence that heading the ball actually causes the condition, but the Scottish FA appears to have opted for a cautious approach. John MacLean, the organisation’s doctor, told the BBC that the move was common sense.


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  • Young Dementia Annual Conference 2019

    Young Dementia Annual Conference 2019


    20th November 2019 - St Giles Hotel, London

    The Journal of Dementia Care in association with the Division of Psychiatry, University College London (UCL), are pleased to deliver the Young People Living with Dementia Conference: Towards equity and excellence in clinical support. Join us at the St Giles Hotel, London on 20th November, 2019 for this informative and specialised one-day conference. For more info click HERE.

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