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1 People impacted by dementia demand a commitment to quality dementia care
2 Film's struggle to help us understand the pain of dementia
3 'Core Feature' of Frontotemporal Dementia May Aid Diagnosis
4 The Best Ways To Reduce the Risk of Dementia While You’re Young
5 Spotlight on dementia ahead of report
6 Rare Disease Day 2021: Raising awareness of childhood dementia
7 Human rights of people with dementia 'not being met'
8 Tears from Liberal MP Katie Allen and host Hamish Macdonald on Q+A into Australia's failing aged care sector and Brittany Higgins rape allegations
9 'Carpe diem' for quality dementia care
10 COVID vaccine consent for aged-care residents: it's ethically tricky, but there are ways to get it right
11 Discrepancies Between Community-Dwelling Individuals with Dementia and | CIA
12 newsGP
13 Childhood dementia: spotlight on a rare disease
14 Is there a diet for our brain health?
15 An app that measures pain could help people with dementia
16 Emotional moment Q&A host Hamish Macdonald chokes back tears after being moved by dementia story
17 Last night a man named Tim appeared on Q+A. His story had the host holding back tears.
18 Memory Walk and Jog is returning to Geelong
19 Top tips: How to avoid dementia
20 Facebook news ban: Scott Morrison issues global rallying cray on Facebook ban
21 Outrunning dementia with physical activity
22 White matter changes in brain found in frontotemporal dementia
23 COVID-19 vaccine consent for aged-care residents — it's ethically tricky, but there are ways to get it right
24 Man in the mirror: How dementia reversed the roles for carer Prue and her dad
25 Hundreds attend 2021 Illawarra Memory Walk and Jog in Wollongong
26 Doorstop interview about the COVID-19 vaccine rollout on 18 February 2021
27 Health Minister calls Facebook's blocking of health sites a 'disgrace'
28 Liberal MP Katie Allen cries on Q+A recalling her father Bill Stephens battle with dementia
29 Essential services ripped from Facebook platform
30 Sydney news: Man stabbed in Merrylands, coercive control inquiry begins
31 Study links hearing loss to dementia risk
32 Repat Neuro-Behavioural Unit Open To Patients
33 Repat’s nation-first dementia ward builds on Oakden lessons
34 Dementia training for Rotary members
35 Despite some errors, Australia shouldn't politicise the process of the vaccine rollout
36 'Never before' has the leader of the free world been 'so cognitively compromised'
37 PoliticsNow: 'Really sleazy' — fourth woman accuses staffer after Brittany Higgins' rape allegations
38 Australia Day Ambassador tells of battle with dementia
39 Aged Care Enrichment Podcast: The Human Condition of Dementia with Guest: Jason Burton (ex Alzheimer's WA) is available on Tuesday 16th February.
40 Priscilla Rogers: driving the innovation boom
41 I'm a Celeb finale 2021: Abbie Chatfield crowned Queen of the Jungle
42 First of its kind memory clinic opened in Tasmania
43 Providers urged to apply for a share in record infrastructure funding
44 Consumer Groups Call For Federal Government Regulation Of BNPL
45 Coronavirus: Winter influenza deaths fell to just two
46 Dementia avatar wins award
47 Home care providers reveal hopes and fears in final submissions to RC
48 How big pharma mugged Australia's nursing homes and set up a deadly addiction
49 Virtual reality to help dementia carers walk in peoples shoes
50 newsGP
51 Dementia Action Week highlights the discrimination of people living with dementia
52 Neil Samuel recognised as first recipient of a Dementia Australia Honour
53 Our Lady of Mercy College Heidelberg apologises to students after review uncovers historical allegations of staff misconduct
54 Zoom guide for people with dementia
55 Canada, Australia agree to co-ordinate efforts on regulation of online platforms
56 Professor Amy Brodtmann joins Dementia Australia as an Honorary Medical Advisor
57 New project aims to improve the reporting time of missing persons with dementia
58 Facebook Australian news ban hits WA election campaign as Opposition Leader Zak Kirkup's page wiped, Premier's untouched
59 Inside the Tasmanian village where everyone will be living with dementia
60 Dementia prevention, protection and cures
61 Australia's first dementia-friendly trail inspired by heartbreaking love story
62 Colourful murals are helping 'prompt memories' as well as keeping people with dementia safe
63 Dementia Australia welcomes NSW government spending to improve palliative care and aged care training
64 Dementia prevention, intervention, and care: 2020 report of the Lancet Commission
65 New childhood dementia insight
66 People with and without dementia needed for trials for Australian researchers…
67 Free courses to help understand dementia | Observer
68 'Relic': An Australian Horror Movie On The Heartbreaking Reality Of Dementia
69 Diagnosing dementia in younger people
70 Study provides new insights into an untreatable form of childhood-onset dementia
71 Support for senior Australians during the holiday season
72 Dementia education
73 Dementia help sheets to navigate COVID-19 now available in 38 languages
74 Covid-19's Devastating Impact on Older People in Australia
75 Dementia Australia invites Parkes residents to take part in Care for the Carer program
76 New research finds the dementia rate for older Australians is falling
77 Developing transport technology with people living with dementia
78 Diet, exercise and brain training reduces risk of Alzheimer's — if people are given a little bit of 'extra assistance', ANU study finds
79 New hope as dementia therapy reverses memory loss
80 $44 million to extend dementia training, education and support
81 Research backs home-based program for people living with dementia
82 Korongee Village: a new era in dementia care
83 Persistent chronic pain undetected in half of people living with dementia
84 Study Reveals How Renegade Protein Interrupts Brain Cell Function in Alzheimer's Disease
85 New blood test shows promise for Alzheimer's disease diagnosis
86 Early Detection of Dementia with Smart Devices
87 Researchers hope dementia vaccine will be the breakthrough of the next decade
88 Does forgetting a name or word mean that I have dementia?
89 Study finds Souvenaid slows cognitive decline
90 Study finds 94% of dementia caregivers in Australia are sleep deprived
91 Free Understanding Dementia online course, top rated on Class Central, praised by participants
92 When Jeff couldn't cut his steak, he knew something was wrong
93 News Diabetes Drug Metformin May Protect Aging Brains
94 Could chatbot be a lifeline for dementia carers?
95 The loneliness of social isolation can affect your brain and raise dementia risk in older adults
96 Elderly Gold Coast man charged with murder of wife, 82 as belt, axe found with body
97 Daily low-dose aspirin does not decrease risk for dementia and cognitive decline
98 Could this common, cheap drug protect against dementia?
99 Sydney family reveals ‘heartbreaking’ struggle after teen daughter’s dementia diagnosis
100 Alzheimer's drug aducanumab faces major setback as US authorities consider whether to approve it