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6th April 2017

Dementia in sub-Saharan Africa: increasing evidence highlighting the current and future burden.

Dr Maëlenn Guerchet, King’s College London (Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, UK) @mmguerchet The…
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14th January 2017

The Young Leaders join the efforts for a WHO Global Action Plan to respond to dementia

The global dementia landscape is immensely diverse, and countries differ in their response to dementia.…
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12th November 2016

A young initiative by a young (and impressive) woman – The Dominica Dementia Foundation

At WYLD we are constantly excited by the impact young people have on raising awareness…
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29th September 2016

World Young Leaders in Dementia (WYLD) in Nigeria

WYLD received an invitation to attend the first conference on dementia in Nigeria, Africa from…
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8th July 2016

Is it Time for A Universal Symbol for Dementia Friendly Communities?

At the start of 2016, WYLD received our first commissioned project. We were asked by…
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12th May 2016

Alzheimer’s Disease International 2016 Blog on PLOS

Have a look at our blog on the ADI 2016 conference over at PLOS, click…
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30th January 2016

Governing for Greying and Growth: Better Ageing

This year’s JLGC Seminar will look not only at what cities in Japan are doing…
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25th November 2015

Dementia in Digital Artwork

My Gran was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in around 2008, we were very close so…
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21st November 2015

Japan-UK Dementia Symposium

The Japan-UK Dementia Symposium was held at the Embassy of Japan in London, on the…
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