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Police seek information to find missing man – Lakemba
“Attitude of gratitude” keeps older people in Japan feeling hopeful as they age, study shows
Supporting disabled people to stay connected
Abnormal hyperactivation in brain may be an early sign of Alzheimer’s
Police search for missing man Alan
Dementia Australia to run courses on Sunshine Coast
Increased blood flow during sleep tied to critical brain function
New Alzheimer’s research could inspire better treatments and earlier diagnosis
Brief encounters: how fleeting protein interactions shape health
Extension to dementia program delivery welcomed
COVID-19 restrictions may be even harder on people in assisted living than those in long-term care
MIND and Mediterranean diets associated with later onset of Parkinson’s disease
Non-invasive brain stimulation helps to ease tremors
New studies support blood test for early detection of Alzheimer’s disease
$44 million to extend dementia training, education and support
Police search for missing man Thu from Preston
Missing man Ratko
Missing man Gholam
Police search for missing Frankston North man Kenneth
Researchers Identify and Characterize Three Molecular Subtypes of Alzheimer’s Disease
Changes to Hippocampus Key in Alzheimer’s Disease
Police seek help to locate missing Rosanna woman Colleen Hude
Testing memory over four weeks could predict Alzheimer’s disease risk
Support for senior Australians during holiday season
Astrocytes Eat Connections to Maintain Plasticity in Adult Brains
Missing woman Josephine Gigliotti
Neil Samuel recognised as first recipient of a Dementia Australia Honour
UBCO experts offer tips to help make this Christmas worth remembering
High levels of dementia found in Torres Strait
Google-glass-like electrical stimulator to zap Alzheimer’s Disease
Consultation on Mission Roadmaps and Implementation Plans
How our brains help us find misplaced objects
App for clock drawing test will help to detect dementia in future
Record funding for aged care infrastructure
$172.5 million funding top up to support Australian medical research
More Support for Home Care Welcomed
Some neurons target tiny cerebral blood vessel dilation
Concern for missing man Claude Melli
Healthy lifestyle in middle age linked to reduced dementia risk
Nursing’s Jaclene Zauszniewski awarded $2.6M grant to study stress management in caregivers of people with dementia
Research funding a further step towards improving quality of care of people impacted by dementia
Apathy could predict onset of dementia years before other symptoms
Older Aussies turn to video games to improve balance and brain function
$20 million investment in respite services for senior Australians from diverse backgrounds welcomed
Sex-Specific Risk Factor Management Strategies May Reduce Cerebral Small Vessel Disease
Mystery Solved with Math: Cytoplasmic Traffic Jam Disrupts Sleep-Wake Cycles
New Aged Care Facility For Melbourne’s South-East
Dementia Australia awards $300,000 in funding to help 24 communities become more dementia-friendly