When James Dawson’s mother was diagnosed with dementia, he left his job and his home and moved in with his
After being restricted to holding classes online, Alzheimer’s UK is excited to welcome dementia sufferers and their carers back to
A music project which helps people living with dementia has carried on providing vital therapy throughout lockdown thanks to a
It is no secret that loneliness has reached epidemical proportions in the last decade.
The project, funded by the EU Commission, was awarded a staggering €4m (approximately £3.5m) and has been trialled in Italy and Ireland along with Stockport, which was the only council chosen in the UK due to its reputation in Europe in the field of dementia.
Stockport care home found guilty of ‘depriving people of their liberty illegally’ by damning CQC report
A Stockport care home has been found guilty of illegally depriving people of their liberty by the CQC after an inspection highlighted various failings.
Dementia charities are struggling to get funding, a support group worker has claimed, despite the city’s universities signing a memorandum to support research into the illness.
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.
A Tameside care home which failed to address patient safety issues including unexplained bruising has been placed into special measures by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
A Stockport care home has been slammed for being unsafe and inadequate, just five months after it was given a warning notice by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
‘Couldn’t care less attitude’: Salford care home branded ‘inadequate’ by CQC as some staff ‘don’t have a clue’
A care home in Greater Manchester has slipped from ‘requires improvement’ to ‘inadequate’ within six months after an inspection in October by the Care Quality Commission.