What's good for the manawa (heart) is good for the wairoro (brain). As our Patron Sir Richard Faull explains, our brains are small in size but mighty in power. 🧠💓
Take the Brain Health Challenge here! https://challenge.alzheimers.org.nz/
📚 Exciting news for Dunedin book lovers! Alzheimers Otago and Dunedin Libraries are starting Dementia Friendly Reading Groups. Starting Wednesday 30th March at 10.30am at the City Library. To register, contact Jackie McMillan on 021 594 428 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
📣 Register today for this webinar - @leefay_low, Sara Charlesworth and @ldelaperrelle will explore the rights and wellbeing of residents living in aged residential care facilities during the Covid-19 outbreak. Register here: https://bit.ly/3gzIZKH
Diary – Shopping Day http://dementiaalzheimers.home.blog/2021/12/27/diary-shopping-day/
International reserach shows that using 3-4 servings of dairy products per day assist in reducing falls and fractures in agend care residents.
Can this be a game changer for New Zealand?
Reviewing bunch of research abstracts. Some great work & learning. The more I review, the more I want to advocate for a pause or limit of surveys as a method/data collection tool. I wonder how much more we could learn with better research methods?
Just published on linkedin a post commenting on a research article on How people with dementia experiencing the world they live in. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/eyes-others-jan-weststrate/?published=t