‘Put dementia on the agenda’ – Prime Minister endorses new guidance for town and parish councils
New guidance to help local councils and their communities become dementia friendly has been released – with the Prime Minister endorsing the work, which was co-authored by the University of Plymouth, as ‘excellent and practical’.
Challenges, Solutions and Innovation in Dementia
Details about dementia-friendly communities within Voyage
Report shows progress of UK airports in helping people with hidden disabilities
Ian Sherriff welcomes a new Civil Aviation Authority report, as it looks to support people with disabilities such as dementia, autism and hearing loss.
What makes a community dementia friendly?
The University of Plymouth is furthering its world-leading work in dementia support after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the City of Macau in China.
‘Only five per cent of scams are ever reported – we all need to learn the signs’
Louise Baxter MBE, Head of National Trading Standards Scams Team, speaks at Plymouth International Dementia Conference, co-led by the University of Plymouth.
International conference for dementia expert
University of Plymouth dementia expert Ian Sherriff has appeared at a conference in Japan to showcase the city’s dementia-friendly initiatives.
University and Argyle unite to fight dementia
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University is teaming up with Plymouth Argyle Football Club to help the club re-connect with supporters living with the symptoms of dementia
Partnership initiative wins dementia accolade
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University and Devon Partnership NHS Trust were named Dementia Team of the Year at the 2015 British Medical Journal awards.