A five-year-old who couldn’t remember his parents after suffering with a rare type of dementia, can now recognise them again after having a microchip implanted…View More Boy, 5, with dementia can recognise parents again after chip implanted in brain
[Sign up for our daily newsletter about news from California here.] SAN DIEGO — Evelyne Delorme’s most recent wandering episode started with a tiny window…View More Dementia Can Make Patients Wander. What if They Cross the Border?
A boy has forgotten almost everything he has learned in his short life after being diagnosed with childhood dementia. Reece Mitchell, now six, only remembers…View More Boy diagnosed with dementia at 5 can only remember how to say 'mummy'
The family of a retired police officer who was bludgeoned with a hammer are appaulled his assailant is now allowed on the streets for two…View More Man who battered dementia sufferer with hammer let out of unit months later
Vancouver police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 89-year-old woman with dementia who was last seen Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m.…View More VPD searching for missing woman with dementia
Several years ago I was in a department store, frazzled and running late, looking for things I couldn’t find. As I was hastening along an…View More Opinion | FaceApp and the Savage Shock of Aging
One in 3 people from a black and minority ethnic (BAME) background still believe that dementia is an inevitable part of getting older, according to…View More Dementia: Third of BAME people see condition as inevitable, says charity
SINGAPORE – Visiting the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station to see the trains arriving or pulling out. Slurping on syrupy ice balls while riding a ferris…View More An app to help unlock dementia patients' memories
Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help to find 96-year-old Trevor Kavanagh, who was last seen early Friday evening near Vancouver General Hospital. Mr.…View More Vancouver Police searching for missing elderly man with dementia
Dementia-suffering grandmother, 73, choked to death on a sandwich while care home staff desperately battled to save her then didn’t do CPR due to ‘do…View More Dementia-suffering gran, 73, choked to death on sandwich at care home
SINGAPORE – Ominous shadows, amplified sounds and moving patterns on the walls and floor – these are things that people with dementia can experience. Now…View More Virtual reality app illustrates plight of dementia sufferers