New guide to promote dementia friendly dentistry across the UK
A new guide to help dental professionals incorporate dementia-friendly care into their practice has been published by the University of Plymouth.
University supports Plymouth’s Dementia Action Week
Organisations across Plymouth are holding local events to encourage more people in the city to become dementia friends
‘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.