Five tips to support people with dementia and carers while in lockdown
27 April 2020
Lockdown and social distancing are essential to help combat COVID-19, but adjusting can be difficult – especially for people living with dementia. That’s why researchers have developed a new leaflet with five simple tips, designed to help make things more manageable for anyone who currently lives with dementia or cares for someone who does. The leaflet gives practical and self-help tips on five key points, and has been created using the latest robust research with the input of people affected by dementia.
The ‘LMTM’ Study
26 February 2016
Research into new drugs for treating illnesses can be some of the most exciting studies carried out. Aims of the Study There is a rare form of dementia called Behavioural Frontotemporal Dementia, or bvFTD for short. It can strike anyone between the ages of 20 and 80, but primarily affects those in their 50s. Currently, […]