“All of the bad press for the carers – don’t tar us all with the same brush. All the bad is out in the news because other staff members have spoken out against it.”- Catherine In my previous blog, I ..
I had the privilege of speaking to four remarkable women that have spent a lot of their time caring for people with dementia. Their professional and personal experiences have given them unique insights into what it means to look after ..
Every 3 seconds someone in the world develops dementia, by 2050 the number of people with dementia is expected to exceed 130 million, and the total estimated cost of dementia will double from 1 to $2 trillion within the next ..
After finishing University I found myself in a position, where I had so many choices to make, but no idea of what I wanted to do. In high school I had always envisioned that it would be easy to fall ..
I have been travelling through Bolivia for the past month, and before coming here, I knew very little about this South American country. It is not a country that is much discussed in Europe, yet, I think the case study ..
Harry Harry works as a research assistant in a Neurology Clinic. His work is very varied, and involves research on a number of neurodegenerative conditions, including Motor Neurone Disease, and Dementia. One of the Clinics that Harry is involved in ..
An Introduction Interviews with people – both professionals and private persons – who have experience caring for those living with dementia. The aim of these interviews is to gain insight into what it is like to live with or care ..