UK Journal of Dementia Care

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The Journal of Dementia Care launched in 1993, at the forefront of a modern approach to care for people with dementia.

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JDC asks…
The ‘JDC asks’ column invites a varied and interesting line-up of contributors to consider topical issues.  For the first issue of 2017 we asked:
In an environment where many hospitals are struggling to cope with rising demand and inadequate resources, what are the challenges and opportunities in acute care for people with dementia?
CLICK HERE TO READ WHAT THIS MONTH’S PANEL TOLD US

Back issue copies of the “JDC Asks” articles are available from here.

Digital technology and dementia: changing lives
Learning how to use digital technology can help people with dementia live more positive lives with memory loss. Tom French discusses key findings from a study showing how new “tech” can maintain mental activity and communication with family and friends

Dementia: there are so many apps for that…
Digital technology is changing the world, but is it doing the same for people with dementia? Phil Joddrell and Arlene Astell argue that it can, so long as tablet computer “apps” are adapted so that everyone can enjoy using them.

CLICK HERE TO READ BOTH ARTICLES

Sample articles from past issues of the JDC are also available from here.

You can also keep up-to-date with us on Facebook and Twitter. Read a sample post ‘Blogs I’m Watching’ by JDC editor Mark Ivory here.

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