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Why people with dementia don’t all behave the same
File 20181003 713 kzykhk.jpg?ixlib=rb 1.1People with dementia experience a range of psychological symptoms and behaviour changes.

Lila Landowski, University of Tasmania

Dementia is the is the leading cause of death among Australian women and the third most common cause of death among men.

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Nursing Homes NOT Incarceration

There’s no need to lock older people into nursing homes ‘for their own safety’
Image 20170307 14966 q795ezAllowing nursing home residents to come and go as they wish may not be so dangerous after all.

Marta Woolford, Monash University and Joseph Ibrahim,

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My Journey -An Influence

In order to tell my story, for you or anyone to better understand me as I am now, I need to tell my past and to share the events that have shaped my life.

I think with us all, an event as it occurs may have little direct impact –

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Posted in Our Stories, Quite Interesting, Uncategorised

Kate and Kiama

Interview with Kate Swaffer from ABC SA 10/07/2016 ABC News. Also features Nick and the Kiama Gold Standard . Please close your eyes while watching this – as we don’t have copyright permission yet.




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Brain Donations

In order to help further the research and understanding about Dementia, and hopefully to help contribute to a cure, I have arranged to donate my brain and spinal chord when I have finished using them. I even suggested that if I vote for our incumbent government in the upcoming election,

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