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  • Dr Emer MacSweeney BSc (Hons), MRCP, FRCR and Founder & CEO Re:Cognition Health gives her view on the latest developments of treatments for Alzheimer’s.

     

    Hugely important and game-changing success for new Alzheimer’s treatments has made headline news, globally, over the past few months.

  • THE REVOLUTIONARY AI-POWERED FALL DETECTION SYSTEMALTUS is pleased to introduce its clients to the most advanced fall detection system around – NOBI.
  • Growing dementia care concerns voiced by experts and those in the front line The Alzheimer’s Dementia & Care Show today announced initial findings from its “Dementia: Who Cares?” Roundtable. The virtual event was held earlier this month to mark the 10th anniversary of the show which this year is taking place at the Business Design Centre in London, 3 – 4 March.
  • We are asking our supporters from the very first Alzheimer’s Show in 2013 to give us their thoughts on what’s changed in 10 years.Here esteemed Dementia Care Champion Jackie Pool shares her views.
  • The Dementia Interpreters course is the first experiential course specifically designed to focus on the communication needs for people living with dementia.

    Experience the full practical session of the Dementia Interpreters in 1-hour Dementia Interpreter workshop exclusively at The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Show.

  • Communicating with a loved one with dementia

    Losing the ability to communicate can be distressing for both a person living with dementia and their loved ones. You may feel saddened and overwhelmed as your loved one’s communication skills deteriorate or frustrated as you no longer understand their wants and needs.

  • Free, professional support for family and friends caring for someone with dementia

    Stuart met Roger in 1985, they’ve been in a registered partnership since 1995. Roger was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer’s when he was 57.

  • Helping a person to live well with dementia does not only mean treating the condition, but ensuring their physical health and mental wellbeing is maintained to allow them to continue to have fulfilling life experiences and take advantage of the opportunities we can provide.
  • OMi – Motion-Activated Sensory Systems for People with Dementia

    We catch up with Mishka Klotz – the Founder and Managing Director of OM interactive (OMi) – to discuss the background and driving forces behind the OMi interactive projector systems.

  • Experience what it’s really like to have dementia

    Understand what’s going on in your brain during the Virtual Dementia Tour

    Improve the lives of people living with dementia

    The Virtual Dementia Tour & Training Experience is a ‘must do’ activity for everyone who wants to help people living with dementia to gain a better quality of life.