Welcome to the first in our series of weekly round-ups looking at what’s been going on in the world of Unforgettable

The Unforgettable launch

Monday saw Unforgettable.org finally going live after months of hard work and preparation. Everyone on the team was extremely excited to be able to share the site with the world, especially as we were launching on World Alzheimer’s Day. And we were even more thrilled when we got our first order later that day.

To read more about our launch, click here.

Home care for people with dementia to last ‘at least 30 minutes’

This news story looked at the calls by an NHS watchdog to ensure that carers spend at least 30 minutes visiting people at home, and to end the practice of ‘flying home care visits’.

To read more about the story, click here.

The Bedi Shield – where it all began

Unforgettable dental expert panel member Professor Raman Bedi shared what inspired him to create a special product to help carers clean the teeth of someone with dementia.

To read his blog post, click here.

Could new drug ease agitation?

A new study was released this week which looked at whether a specific drug combination could help to ease agitation in people with dementia.

To read more about the story, click here.

The UK B Corp movement launches – and Unforgettable is a pending member

Thursday saw the official launch of the B Corp movement in the UK. This is a group of organisations who are looking to use business as a force for good. Unforgettable is a member with pending B Corp status.

To read more about the event, click here.

See you next week!

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