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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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  • 'Empowered Carers' social enterprise holds communication event

    'Empowered Carers' social enterprise holds communication event

    21.02.20 A Salford-based dementia communications support provider will be exploring the transformative role relationships and communication play in the lives of people with dementia at a conference next month. Empowered Carers, whose internet-based counselling programme for family carers is featured in the next issue of the Journal of Dementia Care (March/April), will be running a free conference in Manchester entitled Relationships and Communication in Dementia on March 19. Emma Smith, project manager for Empowered Conversations, which is part of the Six Degrees social enterprise, said: “In the spirit of the Empowered Conversations approach to communication, the event will be a space to build relationships, connect with others and develop a shared understanding of how we can improve outcomes for people with dementia. We are proud to be bringing this level of expertise together – from those living with the disease, carers and professionals.”

  • Glasgow newspapers launch Think Dementia Hub for families

    Glasgow newspapers launch Think Dementia Hub for families

    20.02.20 Glasgow’s Herald and Times newspapers have launched a “Think Dementia Hub” to help families affected by the condition. Expert advice and top tips will feature on the hub, which will help enquirers with a wide range of issues like care, research, drug treatments and financial challenges. There will also be regular podcasts, including a dementia Q&A with Alzheimer Scotland and experts discussing the need for free advanced dementia care. Jim Pearson, policy and research director at Alzheimer Scotland, is quoted as saying: “We applaud The Herald and Times for bringing vital attention to dementia by supporting our Fair Dementia Care campaign and welcome the creation of their new Dementia Hub to help inform readers on all aspects of dementia. We look forward to supporting Think Dementia across 2020.”

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  • UK Dementia Congress 2020

    UK Dementia Congress 2020


    10th - 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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