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Extension to dementia program delivery welcomed
COVID-19 restrictions may be even harder on people in assisted living than those in long-term care
Effect of COVID-19 Greatest on People Living with Dementia
Testing memory over four weeks could predict Alzheimer’s disease risk
Aged care elevation to cabinet sends strong message to Australians
More reliable pain diagnosis tools needed in people with dementia
Helping those with acquired brain injury keep safe online
Nearly Half of Young Drivers Are Resuming Driving Just Weeks After Sustaining a Concussion
Professor Amy Brodtmann joins Dementia Australia as an Honorary Medical Advisor
Penn Medicine Researchers Receive $4.8 Million Pilot Grant to Study Genetics of Alzheimer’s
Genetic differences important for Alzheimer’s diagnosis
Novel form of Alzheimer’s protein found in spinal fluid indicates stage of disease
Down syndrome symposium highlights clinical, fundamental progress
New Alzheimer’s disease pathway discovered, providing earlier target for potential therapies
Kidney Injury in Diabetic Ketoacidosis Linked to Brain Injury
Kidney and Brain Injuries Linked to Diabetic Ketoacidosis
Drinking linked to a decline in brain health from cradle to grave
Chatbot may detect early dementia in time for intervention
Drinking Linked to a Decline in Brain Health Across Lifespan
People living with dementia find joy with customised technology
Drug Reverses Age-Related Mental Decline Within Days
App predicts risk of developing Alzheimer’s
Forest Fires, Cars, Power Plants Join List of Risk Factors for Alzheimer’s Disease
Dementia peak body welcomes Victorian government spending to introduce ratios in aged care
$12 Million boost to domestic violence services
Dementia Australia welcomes NSW government spending to improve palliative care and aged care training
Domestic violence defendants to be banned from cross-examining complainants in court
Most Medicare beneficiaries don’t receive cognitive screenings at annual wellness visits
Three-year results from world’s first long-term clinical trial in earliest stage of Alzheimer’s disease
Two-Way Influence Between Cognition and Social Connection Outside Home
Police charge man over grooming and sexual assault of teenage girl in Sydney’s north west
Research finds open fires could pose substantial hazard to brain health
A malformation illustrates incredible plasticity of brain
Brain and spine fluid proteomics may hold Alzheimer’s clues
Community Noise May Affect Dementia Risk
Restricted blood flow in brain could be tied to Alzheimer’s
University of Sheffield academics honoured for world class research and innovation
GPs vital in long-term care of COVID-19 patients
Budget delivers for hard of hearing
President Trump’s COVID-19 Treatment Takes National Spotlight
£230k for new project to improve outcomes for patients Alcohol-Related Brain Injury
Sindy Löwe wins UvA Thesis Prize 2020
UC Davis School of Medicine and UTHealth get nearly $54 million to study role of white matter lesions
Royal Commission COVID-19 report welcomed yet more needed for people living with dementia
Government welcomes Aged Care Royal Commission’s COVID-19 report recommendations
ACEM updates policie to mark International Day of Older Persons
Research confirms link between sleep apnea and Alzheimer’s disease
$500 million, new Accessible Transport Advisory Council to build a more accessible Queensland