Our responsive designThis video introduces the responsive design of the Dementia Roadmap which ensures that the Roadmap works seamlessly well across three main devices which our visitors use: Desktop, Tablet and Mobile.
Supporting people with co-morbiditiesMany people live with both dementia and other health conditions, known as co-morbidities. We have published a collection of content under the new topic of 'Co-morbidities' on the Dementia Roadmaps to support health and social care practitioners to provide holistic and person-centred care for this growing body of people.
#DAW2016This post shows social commentary about Dementia Awareness Week 2016 from Twitter using the hashtag #DAW2016.
Understanding young onset dementia‘Young onset dementia’ is a term used by some health and social care professionals to describe dementia when it affects people under 65 years of age. It is also referred to as ‘early onset’ or ‘working age’ dementia. To support improved understanding about young onset dementia we have recently published a collection of relevant content on the Dementia Roadmaps.
Reducing the risk of developing dementiaThere is now a sufficient amount of research evidence that exercising, eating well and adopting other lifestyle approaches can reduce the risk of developing dementia later in life. To support this we have published a collection of content under the new topic of 'Risk reduction' on the Dementia Roadmaps.
What people say about the Dementia RoadmapThe Dementia Roadmap is used by a wide range of health and social care professionals, along with carers and people living with dementia. We have received the following testimony about the Dementia Roadmap from our users.
A rolling development programmeFollowing the successful launch of the first three local Dementia Roadmaps in May 2014, a rolling development programme is underway to connect other local Roadmaps across the country.
New host organisationThe Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has appointed Dementia Pathfinders Community Interest Company as the new host organisation for the Dementia Roadmap from 01 April 2015.