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  • You can meet the team from Health Education England at the Alzheimer’s Show. We asked them a few questions regarding how they see the future of dementia care and how they’re trying to tackle the challenges of the future.
  • A Positive Personal Reaction to Attending the Alzheimer’s Show

    With this year’s Show just around the corner, here’s a personal view of what it’s like to go along, from a previous attendee:

    I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first attended the Alzheimer’s Show last year. Having been made aware of the event through a colleague of mine, I wondered how much value I might be able to get out of it, if anything.

    Like most people, I’d obviously heard about the disease and had paid some attention to the various TV shows and news reports about the ‘looming crisis’ in dementia care for older people. I wouldn’t exactly put myself in the category of the ‘worried well’, but certainly I had concerns.

  • BIRDIE

    23 May 2018

    Birdie and the Digital Enhancement of Home Care

    We caught up with Laetitia Van Hoecke, of Birdie, about their plan to revolutionise the way we care at home.

    Birdie is a smart care companion, offering not only an alternative to care homes but keeping our older, invaluably precious, generation healthy and independent at home, while giving families reassurance, confidence and support.

  • UNFORGETTABLE

    18 May 2018
    Unforgettable Dementia Product DesignWe chat with Adam Vaughan – the Head of New Product Development and Innovation at Unforgettable, who provide life changing products and services for people affected by memory loss and dementia.
  • It’s the same as a standard eye test… but, it isn’t.

    Visioncall are proud to provide a caring and professional eye care solution in the homes of those who find it difficult to attend a high street practice.

    Approximately 1 in 2 older people living in Care homes have some form of sight loss and the traditional methods of testing are not possible for someone living with dementia.

  • ADMIRAL NURSE

    09 May 2018

    An Admiral Nurse at SweetTree Home Care Services

    SweetTree are well-known for providing home care services – which allow their clients to remain in their own home and lead as fulfilling a life as possible.

    Almost uniquely in the field of home care, SweetTree Home Care Services have an Admiral Nurse (specialist dementia professionals) who came on board with them in 2014. We caught up with Rikki Lorenti for a chat about dementia-related home care.

  • Ever Wondered What it’s Like Working in Dementia Care?

    Four Seasons Health Care have put together a video of some of their staff members outlining why it is they love working in dementia care.

  • DEMENTIA CARE AT HOME

    02 May 2018

    Dementia care at home: explore the options at The Alzheimer’s Show

    This year’s speakers’ stage at The Alzheimer’s Show promises to be jam-packed with insights from industry experts on dementia and Alzheimer’s. We caught up with one of those experts, Amanda Ansell from the nationwide dementia care specialist Helping Hands, to see what insights she’ll be sharing on the day.

    The making of a dementia specialist

  • We caught up with Karen Clayton – from pioneering practical dementia products company, Find Memory Care – to discuss the history, present and future of this remarkable firm.
  • Nina Clark is a musical activist, singer-songwriter and professional musician with a specialism in inclusive creativity. Her passion for making music accessible to everyone has seen her lead musical projects, workshops and courses across age groups and in a variety of sectors, championing the numerous benefits to health and wellbeing musical participation can offer.