Explore Resources For Dementia, Interactive Tour and more!

Explore related topics

Interactive tour for people living with dementia and their carer.

Interactive tour for people living with dementia and their carer.

CALL FOR SUPPORT: MRAG cultural director Brigette Uren said she is proud of the Art and Dementia Program and hopes the public will continue to support it.

CALL FOR SUPPORT: MRAG cultural director Brigette Uren said she is proud of the Art and Dementia Program and hopes the public will continue to support it.

Frontotemporal dementia is an uncommon type of dementia, estimated to affect around 16,000 people in the UK. The front (red) and temporal (orange) lobes of the brain become damaged, causing symptoms which include changes in personality and behaviour, and difficulties with language

Frontotemporal dementia is an uncommon type of dementia, estimated to affect around 16,000 people in the UK. The front (red) and temporal (orange) lobes of the brain become damaged, causing symptoms which include changes in personality and behaviour, and difficulties with language

The Bigger Story: Running workshops for people with dementia

The Bigger Story: Running workshops for people with dementia

Dementia is set to cost Australia an estimated $18 billion a year by 2025, as Alzheimer's Australia calls for a national strategy to combat the disease.

Dementia is set to cost Australia an estimated $18 billion a year by 2025, as Alzheimer's Australia calls for a national strategy to combat the disease.

Exercise IS good for your brain: Boosting muscle strength can help stave off dementia | Daily Mail Online

Exercise IS good for your brain: Boosting muscle strength can help stave off dementia | Daily Mail Online

Silver Memories, a 24-hour radio station devoted to song from the ‘20s through to the ‘50s and old fashioned radio serials, is proving to be a powerful tool in fighting the effects of dementia. Cathy Van Extel visits a Queensland nursing home for a sing-along.

Silver Memories, a 24-hour radio station devoted to song from the ‘20s through to the ‘50s and old fashioned radio serials, is proving to be a powerful tool in fighting the effects of dementia. Cathy Van Extel visits a Queensland nursing home for a sing-along.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search