We take a look at what’s been going on in the world of Unforgettable over the past week.
Dementia care home gardens to receive lottery funding
The National Lottery has pledged a £1.3m grant to help 30 care homes have their gardens landscaped to be more dementia-friendly.
Click here to find out which care homes have been picked.
Funny Valentine? Dementia and romantic relationships
With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, we’ve asked a Relate counsellor to share her thoughts on how dementia can affect romance and intimacy.
Click here to read her advice.
James’ blog: Finding inspiration through carers
This week James is talking about catalogues, apps and remarkable carers who are doing so much to raise the profile of dementia.
Click here to read his blog.
Seafood brain benefits for those with dementia gene
A new study has found that people with dementia who regularly ate seafood saw less brain decline if they carried a certain gene.
Click here to read more.
Carer burnout: 90% of dementia carers experience stress
The Alzheimer’s Society are asking carers to get involved in a research trial looking at whether online cognitive behavioural therapy could help tackle carer stress and anxiety – a problem that affects nine out of 10 carers.
Click here to discover more.
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