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Seven Reasons To Be Cheerful - Dementia Breakthroughs
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Seven Reasons To Be Cheerful - Dementia Breakthroughs
The weather may be icy outside, as we dismantle our festive decorations, people may be forgiven for feeling deflated but there are still some things to celebrate.
COVID-19: Care Home Residents - Keep Families in Touch with Famileo
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COVID-19: Care Home Residents - Keep Families in Touch with Famileo
Famileo is a solution that helps care homes make sure their residents remain socially engaged with their family & community.
Is There a Link Between Gut Health and Parkinson's Disease?
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Is There a Link Between Gut Health and Parkinson's Disease?
Many of us will already have been reading how having good gut health can keep us healthy, but increasingly, reports are suggesting that it may even be able to help prevent diseases such as Parkinson’s.
How Can I Avoid Getting Dementia? Tips You Can Do Now
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How Can I Avoid Getting Dementia? Tips You Can Do Now
Dr Ellie Cannon gives great advice here on how to avoid getting dementia. She finds that it is not an inevitable part of growing old and that there are many, simple ways to improve your quality of life in older age and keep dementia at bay.
5 Tips for Hosting a Picnic for Your Care Home Residents
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5 Tips for Hosting a Picnic for Your Care Home Residents
With weeks of warm days and long summer evenings ahead of us, now is the perfect time to throw a picnic party for your residents in your care home garden. Hosting a picnic is a fantastic way to make the most of the fine weather, and it will ensure your residents get some fresh air, too.
Occupational Therapy – How It Can Help You
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Occupational Therapy – How It Can Help You
Many people have heard of occupational therapy but won’t know what it actually does or who it is for. Read our guide to learn more about it and how you can access it for yourself or someone you know.
Eastenders TV Star Highlights Dementia
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Eastenders TV Star Highlights Dementia
Ross Kemp is more likely to be known for playing the hard man Grant Mitchell in Eastenders than for an emotive subject such as dementia but his latest series of ‘Ross Kemp: Living with…’ probes into the ‘real impact of dementia’.