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

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  • MPs launch inquiry into dementia and disability

    MPs launch inquiry into dementia and disability

    22.05.18 A “damning report” from the United Nations on the UK’s record on disability rights, including the rights of people with dementia, has prompted a parliamentary inquiry into the issue. The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dementia launched an inquiry into dementia and disability this week, calling for evidence from people with dementia, carers and professionals. “Acknowledging that dementia can be a disability helps to recognise the barriers that exist in society that prevent people with dementia being able to live independently and provides a framework for action,” the committee said.

  • Make a difference in Dementia Action Week

    Make a difference in Dementia Action Week

    21.05.18 Don’t forget Dementia Action Week this week (21-27 May), when Alzheimer’s Society are encouraging “big or small actions” to improve the everyday lives of people affected by dementia. An events listing, ways to get involved, information and resources can be found at www.alzheimers.org.uk/get-involved/dementia-action-week and the Twitter hashtag is #DAW2018. Dementia Action Week takes place in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Scotland’s Dementia Awareness Week runs from 4 – 10 June.


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