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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 July/August 2020 issue we asked:

    "What is the most important lesson to be learned by the care sector from the coronavirus outbreak?"

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News Update

  • New dementia ID cards

    New dementia ID cards

    07.08.20 Another initiative from the Young Dementia Network is young onset dementia ID cards, one for use by the person themselves and the other by family members, supporters and carers. Personal information can be recorded on the cards that might be useful if assistance is needed. Additionally, the network has created a document providing guidance for dementia support workers, dementia advisers and key workers who usually support older people with dementia. The guidance, developed by younger people with dementia themselves, outlines the issues younger people with the condition face in particular. Go to

  • Pioneering music therapy project Music in Mind goes online

    Pioneering music therapy project Music in Mind goes online

    06.08.20 Manchester Camerata, which runs the pioneering music therapy project Music in Mind, has received a £50,000 grant so that it can be delivered online. Due to start in September, Music in Mind: Remote is intended to give “emergency relief” from isolation for people with dementia in care homes. In the project, Manchester Camerata’s orchestra team up with music therapists for group-based musical improvisation, aimed at encouraging people with dementia to express themselves and communicate with others. The grant, from the government’s Innovate UK programme, will pay for instructional videos, guides to delivering musical activities and online support from consultant music therapists. More information here

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  • UK Dementia Congress 2020

    UK Dementia Congress 2020

    11th - 12th November 2020

    Over the last 14 years the multi-disciplinary UK Dementia Congress, organised by the Journal of Dementia Care, has built a reputation as the single event which those working in dementia care do not want to miss. More information HERE.

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