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Posted by Ailidh Aikman, on 16th March
On behalf of everyone at the DSDC and the University of Stirling we would like to wish Shirley Law all the very best for her new adventure, as she leaves the University on 16th March.  Shirley...
by Wendy Perry
It still seems that we too readily accept the use of the term challenging behaviour in reference to people living with dementia as though a) it...
Are public services delivering equality for LGBT+ service users? In a socially progressive society like the UK, the presumption is that probably they...
by Wendy Perry
As a kid I remember watching re-runs of To Tell the Truth, which for those of you who have never seen it, is a game show in which three contestants...
by Shirley Law
The year 2018 is a particularly special year for the Dementia Services Development Centre here at the University of Stirling as it marks the 10 year...
by Ailidh Aikman
India has the third largest population of people living with dementia, and it is thought that around 4.5 million Indians have memory issues to some...
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At the end of 2017, the DSDC welcomed a group of delegates from the Veteran Health Service (VHS) in South Korea to the dementia centre at the Iris...

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