Recently published guidelines can help primary healthcare professionals identify early signs of dementia.
As our population ages, the number of people with dementia is increasing, and with people staying longer in the workforce, the impact of dementia is being felt in the workplace. Alzheimers New Zealand chief executive CATHERINE HALL explains how employers can provide practical support for those who are affected.
Australia has its first dementia-friendly airport thanks to a collaboration between staff, researchers and dementia advocates.
There’s not many jobs where you can turn up to work dressed as an Irish bar wench without anyone batting an eyelid. But for Pauline Plewinski, her clients are more likely to hit her up for a pint.
Two dementia facilities have been praised by the Ministry of Health for their exemplary approach to dementia-friendly design.
Associate Health Minister Nicky Wagner is welcoming new research that suggests kapa haka and speaking Te Reo may help older Māori avoid dementia.
Here's what you need to know about the Economic Impacts of Dementia report.
Alzheimers New Zealand's report on the Economic Impact of Dementia suggests that new models of care are urgently needed as the number of New Zealanders living with dementia is set to increase by nearly 300 per cent to 170,000 by 2050.
A new online dementia education resource has been created to support GPs and practice nurses to build confidence, competence and consistency in assessing, diagnosing and managing mild cognitive impairment and dementia.
After Joe Poolman started becoming confused and was diagnosed with severe hearing loss, his family wondered if the two conditions may be related.