The New Zealand Dementia Foundation connects with the members regularly through email newsletters.
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As we write this newsletter we are back in our bubbles and keeping safe, but we would like to invite you to get social! We would love to connect with you on social media - all the news of a newsletter without the wait.
This Newsletter includes updates on dementia-friendly societies, incontinence, news, NZ research, and education opportunities.
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As we head into winter with this newsletter, we send our warm wishes.
This newsletter includes resources on running community activities, latest research on helping depressive symptoms, news, educational opportunities, and NZ research from our research radar.
The NZ Dementia Foundation, Alzheimers NZ, and Dementia NZ had a very encouraging meeting with the Associate Minister of Health, Ayesha Verrall, to discuss the Dementia Action Plan.
This newsletter includes news from the NZDF, resources on palliative care, news from NZ and around the world, NZ research, and educational opportunities.
Welcome to 2021 and to the first New Zealand Dementia Foundation newsletter for the year!
This month we include the first link to a monthly brain health calendar article, in addition to our usual round up of resources and news.
This month's newsletter offers inspiration in the optimism of so many people's commitment to improve dementia knowledge and services, but also sobering food for thought about the importance of ensuring that support for this is a priority in New Zealand.
The Newsletter includes resources on younger onset dementia, initiatives on detecting dementia, news from NZ and around the world, NZ research, and online opportunities.
As we head into the new term of government we look forward to making progress on the New Zealand Dementia Action Plan.
This month we bring you another round up of resources, research on reducing the risk of dementia, NZ research, news, and online opportunities that caught our eye, from New Zealand and round the world.
This month: less common dementias, reducing the risk of dementia, news, research, and opportunities.
September has been World Alzheimer's Month. It's fitting that this month our round up of dementia news and resources seems to be bursting at the seams!
This month it seems timely to provide a second 'volume' of resources about COVID-19 and dementia from a variety of perspectives.
August has also seen New Zealand back in heightened COVID-19 alert levels. As the pandemic progresses there is a very real awareness of the vulnerability of people living with dementia, but also heightened appreciation the resilience of our older people and the adaptability of our wonderful dementia workforce.
Settling in to our new website home
In this month's newsletter we share recent New Zealand Dementia Foundation news and highlight some of the newest content on the site since the website launch.
New Zealand Dementia Foundation: Welcome to a new chapter for the New Zealand Dementia Cooperative
We are now the New Zealand Dementia Foundation. Our heart stays the same, but our message is clearer: Bringing dementia into focus by supporting the dementia workforce to do their best work.
To support you to support people living with dementia during the COVID-19 alert, the New Zealand Dementia Cooperative has collected a number of resources in a special newsletter.
The New Zealand Dementia Cooperative’s mission is to support the dementia sector to create a sustainable, comprehensive, and quality approach to dementia care in New Zealand. We focus on the dementia workforce and the dementia academic community, facilitating their work and forming links with best practice ideas and tools from within the country and internationally. This newsletter puts this mission into action in these extraordinary times.
Here are few of the stories that struck us and some other select snippets about what has been happening.
The Spring Newsletter includes updates on the NZ activities, a meet and greet with some figures in the community, briefings about the International Psychogeriatic Conference and key dementia organisations, and snippets for our research radar and from around Aoteraroa.