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

The exciting new ways to diagnose dementia

While dementia is traditionally diagnosed via a series of cognitive tests and perhaps a brain scan, there have been several recent breakthroughs which could soon start to make the diagnosis process a whole lot easier.

Click here for a round-up of the latest developments.

Warped sense of humour could be early sign of dementia

A new study has found developing a darker sense of humour, which was often inappropriate and graphic, could be an early sign of dementia in some people.

Click here to find out more.

Why strong legs can keep your brain healthy

New research suggests a link between leg strength and the ability of the brain to resist ageing.

Click here to read the full story.

Unforgettable Drinks – an exciting start for dementia strategy

On Wednesday, it was the first Unforgettable Drinks evening, where members of the dementia community, including product designers, suppliers, charities and experts, came together to celebrate the launch of Unforgettable.org and to talk dementia innovation

Click here to find out more.

Creating dementia-friendly communities: Are you doing your bit?

It’s a phrase you’re probably hearing more and more, but what does a dementia-friendly community actually look like? Many communities nationwide are embracing the concept and helping to make life easier for people living with dementia.

Click here to discover a few examples of the ways this is happening.

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