Power of Partnerships

Advocacy seeks to ensure that all people affected by dementia, including care partners and families have their voice heard, that their human rights are protected and that their views and wishes genuinely considered when decisions are being made about their lives.

Have questions about living well with dementia? Our experts will answer your questions, provide advice and offer insights.

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Creating a home environment that’s both safe and easy to navigate will extend the independence of persons living with dementia.

Often trusted family members or friends, Care Partners support people living with dementia to live well, to make informed decisions and to adapt to the challenges of dementia. Care partnerships are interdependent relationships where each person has opportunities to offer their strengths and gifts to enrich the relationship.

Supporting and nurturing an individual’s spiritual and emotional needs can encourage an enhanced sense of well-being at every stage of dementia.

Ideas, insights and strategies for addressing dementia-related nutrition challenges and enhancing overall health through diet.

Stories that amplify the voices of people living with dementia, care partners, and family members.

Whether it’s learning about symptoms and diagnosis, discovering the latest research developments, preparing for the future, or finding support services to meet your needs, navigating the realities of dementia is made easier when you know more about them.

From managing stress and getting enough sleep to quitting smoking and staying socially engaged, adopting positive lifestyle habits can help to reduce the risk of dementia or slow the pace of cognitive decline.

Exercise and everyday physical activities can play a huge role in improving quality of life for people with dementia and their care partners.

The latest research, interventions and advice for reducing dementia risk or slowing its progression.

Research updates on new and effective approaches to improving care and quality of life for people living with dementia, along with news from researchers exploring the cause and cures for dementia.

Developing and maintaining a supportive social network as we age helps to reduce dementia risks, mitigate progression and reduce the effects of stigma.

Enabling technology offers new solutions to improve communication, support and extend independence, safety and wellbeing.