In this post we take a closer look at sundowning syndrome, and how organisations around the world are aiding caregivers who provide sundowning support.
The partnership with Home Instead Senior Care started in December 2018. We look forward to many exciting years ahead!
Mariama will be leading our Dementia Forum X and Bike for Dementia projects and Anukriti will be managing our digital presence and marketing efforts!
Join SCI’s Queen Silvia Nursing Award team in Stockholm to drive awareness and appreciation of the nursing profession and work with stakeholders in creating opportunities for tomorrow’s nursing professionals! Click here to learn more about the role and apply today!
These four nursing students will be awarded a scholarship of approximately 6000 euros in addition to a unique internship programme. During the internship, the scholars will have the opportunity to learn about healthcare and elderly care from various viewpoints, both in their home country as well as in an international environment.
Caroline Key joins the Knowledge Transfer team, where she will be spearheading the curriculum development for SCI’s new suite of e-learning courses, to be launched in early-2019.
The festive season can be a particularly overwhelming period for both caregivers and people with dementia. Here are 5 things to take note when supporting a loved one with dementia this Christmas.
Throughout December, jury meetings to select our new QSNA scholars will be taking place in the four participating countries: Sweden, Finland, Poland and Germany.
In her new role, she hopes to ensure that collaborative, global action is taken to achieve the targets of the WHO’s global action plan on the public health response to dementia, and to support the global transformation of awareness for people living with dementia and their care partners everywhere.
Let’s talk about why researchers believe that from a third, up to one half, of all Alzheimer’s can be postponed, reduced or avoided.