From the benefits of yoga and tuna, to the issue of being discharged from hospital at inappropriate times, we take a look at what’s been going on in the world of Unforgettable over the past week.

Belinda’s story: ‘She’s had such a varied life – but it’s getting smaller’

Belinda Harris-Reid, 52, from Exeter, talks about her mum Doreen, 88, who has lived with dementia for more than ten years.

Click here to read her story.

Recreating the age of steam – in a care home

A care home in Gloucestershire is encouraging residents to reminisce by creating their own vintage train carriage experience.

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Could yoga be the best way to protect memory as you get older?

A new study has found yoga is one of the best ways to improve brain fitness and boost both verbal and visual-spatial memory.

Find out more here.

People with dementia unsafely discharged from hospital at night

A report has highlighted the problem of people with dementia being sent home from hospital at unsafe or inappropriate times.

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Eat a tuna sandwich once a week to help fight dementia

A study has found it can help to reduce cognitive decline, and the same goes for fish fingers, salmon or fishcakes…

Read more about this here.

On yer bike! New project aims to get people with dementia cycling

Having dementia doesn’t mean you have to park up your push bike, at least that’s what a London-based project is keen to demonstrate…

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