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Alzheimer’s Society has outlined details of a partnership with local health authorities that will ‘transform’ the quality of care for sufferers of the illness in Manchester.
‘Like growing up in reverse’: Son reveals family struggle with dad’s Alzheimer’s ahead of Manchester memory walk
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Syndrome are illnesses which most of us will come into contact with at some point in our lives.
The Marple Drop-in was established 16 months ago and is a key part of a bigger project to help make Marple more dementia-friendly.
Don’t you… forget about me! Manchester MOSI hope to make dance floor discoveries linking music and memory
Manchester Museum of Science & Industry is set to get groovy for groundbreaking new Alzheimer’s research as the silent disco returns on Thursday August 20.
Sad films may be ten-a-penny, but it’s very rare to find one that can hit you right in the gut like this without feeling heavy-handed or overly-manipulative.
Best-selling author, ingenious world creator and solid example of how to be a decent human being, Terry Pratchett, died on Thursday at the age of 66 ‘with his cat sleeping on his bed’.
A crucial breakthrough in the detection of Alzheimer’s has been made by scientists at The University of Manchester by comparing the brains of mice and men
Staff from the Stockport NHS Foundation Trust will hit the streets this Sunday as they run The Big Stockport 10k to raise money for dementia care
Oldham MP’s pledge to make town ‘dementia-friendly’ sees her tell own mum’s moving battle with disease
An Oldham MP shared the struggles of her dementia suffering mother, and encouraged the community to educate themselves on the debilitating disease at a Dementia Friends session.
Manchester carers are being forced to pay ‘dementia tax’ as the tax they already pay to the NHS won’t cover the cost of care if they fall ill, say the Alzheimer’s Society.