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Lisa Eriksen

Jeremy Hunt promises revolution in care for dementia sufferers - Telegraph - 0 views

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    Dementia diagnosis and care given priority in Britain. Businesses are providing specialized training on identifying and dealing with persons with dementia.  Museums should be on board with this training.
Lisa Eriksen

The Time Is Now to Bring the Fight to Dementia | Nicco Mele - 0 views

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    This will have huge economic and societal impact.  Are we considering this new future as people live longer?
Lisa Eriksen

Becoming sensitive to dementia - 0 views

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    Should museum's be training staff in this way so they know how do deal with visitors with memory loss?
Lisa Eriksen

'Memory Cafes' For Dementia Patients Gain Ground | Here & Now - 0 views

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    Can museums offer "memory cafe" experiences, as well as "programs"? Third places for people with memory loss?
Lisa Eriksen

How football is helping unlock dementia patients' memories | Healthcare Professionals N... - 1 views

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    Dementia care unit built near football stadium to promote reminiscence therapy.  Could museums also play this type of role?
Lisa Eriksen

Dementia Rate Is Found to Drop Sharply, as Forecast - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    Possible good news related to dementia. Yet it this occuring in the US? Is the trend for the population to be healthier and better educated?
Ruth Cuadra

Dementia Cases Expected to Triple by 2050 as World Population Ages - Population Referen... - 1 views

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    ... more than 35 million people are living with dementia, according to recent World Health Organization (WHO) estimates.1 This number is expected to more than triple to reach 115 million by 2050 in the wake of world population aging.
Lisa Eriksen

Health Behaviors Among Baby Boomer Informal Caregivers - 0 views

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    Study from UCLA - boomer caregivers are at risk for ill health.  
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