Dementia patients locked in alone at night: report

Dementia patients locked in alone at night: report Patients suffering from dementia are routinely locked in without supervision at night at six of ten care homes in Sweden, a new inspection report from the National Board of Health and Welfare has shown. Read more on The Local

Dementia: a major problem for Indigenous people Recent research in the Kimberley region suggests that the prevalence rates of dementia among remote and rural Indigenous people could be 4-5 times higher than those in the Australian community more generally. Social Policy read more Read more on Australian Policy Online

Call for better dementia support A dementia expert is calling for better support for people dying with the disorder, saying it should be treated as a terminal illness. Read more on ABC via Yahoo!7 News

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