Recent Join Dementia Research tweets @beatdementia
Fab funding opportunities for researchers specialising in #LewyBody #dementia are available from @lbsorg from today ..
@lbsorg Grants are now open for applications until the 14th April 2022. More information is available on our website: https://lewybody.org/grant-round-2022/
#research #LewyBody #Awareness
Calling all volunteers, carers and healthcare professionals 📢 Did you know that you can request a callback for yourself or ...anyone else who is interested in taking part in vital #dementia research? Just fill out the simple form on our website ...☎️
If you are concerned that you or someone you know is showing signs of #dementia, it's important to speak to your GP. Diagnosis... is the first step towards information, help and support.
This information from the @alzheimerssoc explains more ..
Thank you @AlzResearchUK for sharing Dick and Jenny's story.
We can all do something to help give hope to people affected by ...#dementia, by signing up to Join Dementia Research and taking part in vital studies.
We're proud to share this Connections film, following the story of Dick and Jenny.
While Dick's diagnosis with Alzheimer’s has eroded some connections between them, with Jenny’s love, care & perseverance, others have been maintained.
Watch the full film https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOTThEpE5n4&list=PLMBGRoTooHHQXd5bvbU6vDB6ZfYGmXSGS&index=2&t=8s
A fascinating piece in today's @HarvardHealth suggests that women are more likely to develop #Alzheimer's disease because they ...live longer, but also because have stronger immune systems which could generate more amyloid plaques in the brain...
Why are women more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease? - Harvard Health
Of the more than six million people over 65 in the US who have Alzheimer’s disease, almost two-thirds are ...
Hello @JustanaverageJo - we've been waiting for you! You are our 10,000th follower and we're delighted to have you with us. ...Thanks for following 👋 🎆