New research shows that the way older people think about ageing may have an impact on how likely they are to develop dementia.
JONATHAN BOURLA reflects on the coping mechanisms people with dementia use to adjust to communal living situations.
Concerns over aged care policy and funding decisions and their impact on standards of care have prompted the establishment of a lobby group to support those in dementia care.
World-renowned Alzheimer's Disease researcher to give expert view on what it will take to get an effective drug for Alzheimer’s disease.
INsite editor, JUDE BARBACK, reflects on her late grandfather's final years and how our aged care systems must flex and adapt to meet the many and varied needs of older New Zealanders.
A new online publication looks at the different types of dementia and its causes, as well as risk factors, diagnosis and living with dementia.
InterRAI home care assessments reveal some insights into the level of support required by people living at home with dementia.
With September being World Alzheimer’s Month, Alan Keen an Aucklander who is living with dementia shares his experience and Beth McDougall, Bupa’s Dementia Care Advisor, outlines the top five things she’s been asked over the years.
A research project involving a partnership between a university, primary school and a rest home is helping to remove stigma associated with dementia.
The robotic baby seal that shot to fame in the Selwyn Foundation, has now expanded its colony in the South Island.