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Special moments … for #dementiachallengers

I wrote the other day about the power of Twitter. The power to bring like-minded people together – quickly and effectively. We are forming into a group of #dementiachallengers – and it is exciting. These people do not just want … Continue reading

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In the shoes of…Sheila Merriman | Specialist Intermediate Services Dietitian | Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

I was delighted when Sheila Merriman agreed to write a guest blog for our series, looking at dementia from different perspectives, as nutrition is such an important part of dementia care. We hear a lot about obesity in the media whereas malnutrition is … Continue reading

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Nutrition and hydration – how simple things make a difference

In recent months we have run a series of Whose Shoes? focus groups for older people in a range of settings – for example, those living in the community with and without formal “services” and those living in Extra Care … Continue reading

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