Alzheimer’s Australia has issued the call for the nation’s future government to introduce a national preventative dementia strategy.
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The AIHW’s major report on the nation’s health and aged care system emphasises that dementia is a major health issue.
An international expert on dementia and ethics has urged providers to challenge themselves to provide a better standard of care.
A leading Alzheimer’s expert has spoken of the advantages of art engagement programs and their potenial impact upon an individual’s quality of life.
CEO of Alzheimer’s Australia has called upon the need for a revolution in dementia care at a HammondCare Conference today.
The national patron of Alzheimer’s Australia praised researchers and clinicians for their dedication.
People with dementia are more likely to use residential respite services, according to an AIHW report.
A new testing system is needed for drivers who have been diagnosed with dementia, according to Alzheimer’s Australia NSW.
The blueprint has an emphasis on advoacy, positive ageing and dementia.
The centre in the central west is one of 16 centres being built as part of a joint Commonwealth and NSW plan.
Researchers in Queensland are exploring the effects of a dementia diagnosis on couples’ relationships.
Dementia needs to be seen as a major public health issue, like cancer and heart disease.
The government has announced details about ongoing funding for the DCRCs and DTSCs.
Women who have high blood pressure in middle age have increased white matter abnormality.