Dementia friendly: exercise as a lifeline
How was a physio able to help Tracey Shorthouse continue to live a full and active life when she was diagnosed with dementia at just 45?
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A jolly good fellow
Being a research fellow helped me improve the lives of people with dementia, says Victoria Booth.
Public health: a picture of health?
Post-industrial south Wales has serious health problems. But a new physio team is committed to making improvements. Mark Gould reports.
Advice line: improvements in dementia care
A National Dementia Audit shows improvements in dementia care, Amanda Buttery says there is room for improvement.
Mental Health: DEEP thinking
Robert Millett meets the physiotherapist who leads a team that’s delivering dementia care training to thousands of NHS staff in south Wales.
Physio calls for better dementia skills across NHS Wales workforce
A physiotherapist has told the Welsh assembly’s health, social care and sport committee that all health professionals should receive more training in dementia management.
3 minutes with Vicky Kershaw
Vicky Kershaw is a community domiciliary physiotherapist in Surrey who enhances the lives of people with dementia through her innovative approach.