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Month: February 2013

How do couples communicate during everyday tasks when one person is caring for the other with dementia? Participants wanted for study

Posted in Dementia Project News

My name is Stephanie Ellis-Gray and I am a trainee clinical psychologist from the University of Birmingham. I am completing a research project with my supervisors, Jan Oyebode and Gerry Riley. I have a long-standing interest in dementia. I have run some carers groups in the past, and have worked…

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The “Terrible Maze” of Services for People Living with Dementia – new journal article accepted for publication

Posted in Dementia Project News, and Publications

It is well known that dementia is a challenging, progressive set of conditions which present a large care burden to informal, family carers. A complex tapestry of health and social care services are needed to support people living with dementia. In a new article that has just been accepted for…

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Person Living with Dementia to Join Dementia Project Blog

Posted in Dementia Project News, and DiaBlog with Larry

We are delighted to welcome Larry Gardiner, who has lived with younger onset dementia for some years, as a contributor to the Dementia Project Blog. Elizabeth met Larry at the Dementia: A National Crisis conference in Birmingham in December 2012 when she was representing the Aston Research Centre for Healthy…

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