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Posted by Martin Quirke, on 20th January
As a new decade kicked off, the University of Stirling’s Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) announced that the Great Sankey Neighbourhood Hub has become the first public building in...
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Jan
by DSDC Guest
For many people with dementia, memories of early childhood appear more vivid than their fragile sense of the present. But what happens when the...
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Jan
by DSDC Guest
A concern often overlooked as people grow older, or more vulnerable, is the gradual erosion of individual identity, particularly when there are...
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Jan
by Gayle Henry
“Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problem associated with life-...
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Dec
by DSDC Guest
A 1940s style farm cottage, ‘Orchard Cottage’, currently provides a unique space at Beamish Museum, an open air museum in County Durham,...
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Nov
by Ailidh Aikman
You can take some simple steps to support your family and friends with dementia to enjoy Christmas. Here’s some top tips from the DSDC:...
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Nov
by Wendy Perry
When teaching the Making activity meaningful for people with dementia course I always make the point that meaningful activity is one of the most...

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