Rehabilitation for dementia: Evidence & Opportunities

Following on from yesterdays blog, I am today highlighting a very important and relevant Dementia Alliance International (DAI Webinar that is on later this week. Our presenter is Associate Professor Lee-Fay Low from Sydney University, presenting Rehabilitation for dementia: Evidence & Opportunities. It is one event, set in different time zones. See below for the times and register…

Where is ‘Wally’?

These days, ‘Wally’ can be anywhere, and by Wally, I mean things like my files or a book, or my jewellery! My belongings seem to have developed identities of their own, and have even become quite mobile, as more often, I cannot find my ‘things’ anywhere! Thankfully, my phone can be found by some clever…

Human rights, disAbility and dementia

I’ve been working on this article since before May 2017, but wanting to get it published as a response to the WHO The Global Plan of Action on the Public Health Response to Dementia 2017-2025 (Global Dementia Action Plan).  This plan was unanimously adopted at the World Health Assembly in Geneva in May 2017, and…