World Young Leaders in Dementia

WYLD: A network of passionate, young professionals working across disciplines and borders to develop innovative dementia solutions.

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Fresh Perspectives

Bringing creative brainstorming, fresh perspectives, and novel solutions to the dementia field.

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Contributing to Dementia Strategies

Incorporating the latest innovations in technology and research to meet the needs of a rapidly changing world.

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Enabling a Culture of Collaboration

Providing a platform for idea exchange and shared projects to enable a culture of collaboration among the next generation of leaders in dementia.

Latest News & Blogs

Developing a digital version of a dementia care training course during the COVID-19 pandemic in Tokyo, Japan

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The COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately impacts on people living with dementia. Social measures against COVID-19, such as isolation and restricted visiting in care homes and nursing homes, negatively impact on psychosocial...

WYLD Perspectives: World Dementia Council Technology Round Table

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The recent World Dementia Council Technology Roundtable examined the emerging technological developments helping to reduce risk and improving participation for people living with dementia and their caregivers. It was co-chaired...

Learning disabilities and dementia

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In recognition of World Down’s Syndrome Day, Jane Nickels, a Learning Disabilities Admiral Nurse at MacIntyre (a UK based charity that supports people with learning disabilities and/or autism), shares how...

Muscle maintenance: a new avenue for dementia prevention?

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Image attributed to the Centre for Ageing Better Age-Positive Library.Photographer: Peter Kindersley Have you ever spent time with an older loved one and noticed they’re not able to lift things...

Meeting the emotional demands of family caregiving with self-compassion

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Photo credited to: Marco Bianchetti on Unsplash Providing care to a family member with dementia can be an emotionally rich and rewarding experience. But it can also be demanding and...

The role of education in dementia-enabling design

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We are the sum of all parts, and in the face of cognitive impairment, our environments can take on enabling or disabling roles. Imagine living in an environment where you...

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