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Posted by DSDC Team, on 3rd April
Laura Paton is taking part in 17 events during 2017 to raise money for the Dementia Services Development Trust. Here is Laura's third update: March saw me attempt Challenge 3, which was the first 10k...
10
May
by DSDC Team
Laura Paton is taking part in 17 events during 2017 to raise money for the Dementia Services Development Trust. Here is Laura's fourth and fifth...
11
Apr
by Henriette Laidlaw
The University of Stirling is leading on a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) funded project Understanding the outcomes of people with...
13
Mar
by Karen Ditlevsen
"Huset Lotte" is a nursing home in Fredriksberg, close to the centre of Copenhagen, Denmark. The home is housed in a purpose built 8 storey...
13
Mar
by Ike Kamphof
Can good dementia care and pretence go together? Imagine a care home for people with dementia organised like a neighbourhood. Living units for six to...
13
Mar
by Henriette Laidlaw
The University of Stirling is looking for informal carers (people who provide unpaid help or support) of older adults (aged 55 and over) to take part...
08
Mar
by Wendy Perry
Weddings are a time of celebration with the people that you love and who mean the most to you, and you want them to be able to enjoy your day as much...

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