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Music and memory is but one form of dementia therapy that can be used to help alleviate some of the symptoms caused by the disease.

However, its somewhat broader approach to therapy have allowed experts and researchers around the world to bring their ...

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Dancing has always been an exciting pastime for Australians. It can bring people together in a fun and energetic way, and has for hundreds of years.

But while it can keep us active, researchers from the German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases bel...

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Another 6000 high-level home care packages are set to be released this year to meet the ever-increasing demand across the country, as a new report revealed that thousands of Australians are currently unable to access them.

Still Waiting

It comes as a D...

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With September being World Alzheimer’s month, people across the world are bringing together their research and plans on how best to combat the disease that affects millions of people every year.

While some findings involve complicated and rigorous tes...

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It’s a well-known fact that drinking plenty of water is an effective way to stay healthy, but recent research suggests that it may be able to do more than that.

Researchers in Denmark claim that the lithium present in tap water could have the potentia...

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An Irish advocacy group for carers in the UK has claimed that carers are at risk of causing themselves both physical and mental problems due to the lack of respite care support available to them.

Family Carers Ireland said that carer’s needs are not b...

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As we get older, getting outside can become difficult, meaning we tend to miss out on a lot of the things we used to enjoy doing when we were younger.

But one group has been up and around Scotland helping elderly people with dementia relive some exper...

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The flu jab is an is an important vaccination to help prevent against the known viruses that can cause the dangerous infection.

Yet despite this, the procedure is not compulsory for aged care workers in Australia before they enter the workforce.

Recent...

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Dementia Day Centres play an important role in the care industry. Not only can they provide caregivers with a break from time to time, but it can give people with dementia the chance to socialise with others and participate in activities in a safe an...

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A report from health watchdog Healthwatch England has revealed that over 3000 people receiving home care have come forward to talk about what they describe as a “lacklustre service.”

Among the number of complaints and comments collected, the report co...

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