Dementia together magazine - April/May 2024

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Dementia together magazine features the latest news, features, tips and advice for carers and people with dementia, book reviews, updates on dementia research and articles highlighting good practice in dementia care, plus readers' letters.

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Here are a few of the articles from this issue:

Talking to others and going to groups helps me to support my husband
Daisy Timms shares how speaking openly and keeping in touch with people helps her to support her husband Roy, who has Alzheimer’s disease

Research into better diagnosis of dementia needs volunteers - people like you
Getting an early and accurate dementia diagnosis will only become more important as new treatments become available, so research into this area is vital

Drawing on an impressive photographic career after a dementia diagnosis
Jason Scott Tilley in Coventry, who has vascular dementia, tells us how he still draws on the skills of his photography career

Carers whose partners have dementia need more understanding
Cordelia Galgut wants people to stop minimising carers’ experiences, especially when their partner lives in residential care

Researching why people get dementia points to how we could reduce risk
Understanding more about what makes some people more likely to develop dementia can help us to reduce future risk

You can read the rest of the articles or download a copy here.

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To receive your copy of each new magazine in the post, please visit the website page here or call 0330 333 0804 (Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm).

Have your say

What did you think of this month's articles? Were there any that you particularly enjoyed, or that you learned something from? The magazine team would love to hear your thoughts - you can either comment on this thread, or email magazine@alzheimers.org.uk

Thanks everyone :)
 

HarrietD

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Thanks @nitram for spotting this - I've spoken to our magazine team and they'd like to say thank you for picking this up too. Unfortunately it looks like the number you spotted and some of the figures are either missing or incorrect. They've assured us that the clues themselves and the grid are definitely correct.

The team would like to apologise for this, and they hope it doesn't take away too much from enjoying Pete's brilliant puzzle!
 

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