We take a look at what’s been going on in the world of Unforgettable over the past week.

How to help a loved one with dementia use the toilet

It’s not a job that many family carers relish, in fact it’s probably one of the most difficult. Professional carer and lead nurse Daphne Simpson explains how to make it a little easier.

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Could middle-aged spread lead to dementia?

A study this week suggested that being overweight mid-life could lead people to develop dementia earlier than those who are a healthy weight

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A week in the life of Unforgettable founder James Ashwell

Find out what our founder got up to in a week that saw a busy board meeting, a launch and drinks event and meetings with investors.

Click through to read his diary.

TV soap Emmerdale tackles vascular dementia storyline

The popular ITV show covered the development and diagnosis of vicar Ashley Thomas with dementia

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One in five older people living in care homes has dehydration

This week saw worrying news that dehydration risks increase for those living in a care home, particularly if they have dementia.

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Exercise boosts a protein that can help reduce dementia risk

Getting active could have a protective effect against dementia, says new study.

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Access to dementia medication in England is a ‘postcode lottery’

New research suggests your chances of getting medication to help alleviate dementia symptoms could depend on whether you live in a poor or affluent area.

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